These can either be bought as dried petals or picked fresh, depending on where you’re located, of course.
The petals get boiled for a couple of minutes with some spices and then are strained, and their flavor is adjusted with sugar.
In Jamaica, this drink is sometimes called Egg Nog and is served with Guinness Stout.
This is a brilliant way to make a Caribbean version of “egg nog”. This drink is super popular across the Caribbean Islands and is a blend of milk, condensed milk, rum, egg, bitters, and some nutmeg.
This drink was formulated by a Caribbean merchant named Don Jaime Sprock. He traveled to Cuba in the 40s, and his journey included discovering many different island drinks and ingredients.