dried sorrel or hibiscus in syrup in Seattle
i just saw it in Seattle at the little market in the Pike Place Market -- don't know the name of it but it is near Pike Western Wine, and the original Starbucks. Almost bought some but decided to try to make some myself. It was on display as something to add to champagne for the holidays.
It seems 'dried sorrel' is the same as jamaica, which is the same as dried hibiscus. (fwiw, the name is shortened from 'Rosa de Jamaica', or 'Rose of Jamaica', because hibiscus flowers looked like roses, found in Jamaica by conquistadors).
How's your food trip around the world going, btw?