In the inner liner of your Instant Pot, add all ingredients except lime juice and ice.
Cook at high pressure for 4 mins, allow 10 mins NPR and then release all pressure.
The flowers will have settled to the bottom. Decant the liquid into a glass pitcher and when cool, add lime juice if you want a little more acidity.
This is a semi-concentrate, so serve over ice.
1. Use dried hibiscus flowers for this tea, which is actually a tisane. 2. If you do not have an Instant Pot, just brew this tea on the stovetop using the same recipe. 3. Feel free to substitute sugar or another sweetener for this recipe if you choose. 4. Add fresh lemon juice at the end for an amazing tang and zip to this drink. 5. Break up a cinnamon stick or use a few pieces of cassia bark for a great flavor in this hibiscus tea. 6. The tea will keep well in the refrigerator for 3-4 days. So drink up!