21 Seeds Hibiscus Paloma Punch

Hibiscus Paloma Punch

The Hibiscus Paloma Punch is THE new go-to summer cocktail! Combining the vibrant flavors of 21 Seeds Grapefruit Hibiscus, grapefruit, and sparkling rosé, this floral, pink punch is perfect for Memorial Day Weekend sips!

I partnered with 21 Seeds to mix up the Hibiscus Paloma Punch recipe! Recipe and ideas are my own.

This article may contain affiliate links, meaning we receive a commission (at no extra cost to you) if you use that link to make a purchase.

Jump to Recipe

Hibiscus Paloma Punch

Memorial Day Weekend is here and I’m mixing up this refreshing Hibiscus Paloma Punch to welcome in summer with family and friends! The Hibiscus Paloma Punch blends the subtle sweetness of hibiscus concentrate, tanginess of grapefruit soda, and effervescence of sparkling rosé. Inspired by the traditional Paloma, which features tequila and grapefruit soda, this version adds a floral twist with hibiscus concentrate.

I loved using 21 Seeds Grapefruit Hibiscus Tequila because it adds a smooth, fresh taste that perfectly complements the other flavors. Finished with a hint of lime and a hibiscus-salt rim, this drink is as gorgeous as it is delicious. Making the homemade hibiscus concentrate takes just an extra few minutes and it’s well worth the effort. This batch cocktail serves 7 to 9 people, making it ready for sharing with friends and family!

About 21 Seeds

21 Seeds is a premium infused tequila brand founded by three women who wanted to create a smoother, more approachable tequila. Infused with real fruits and botanicals, 21 Seeds offers fresh, natural flavors that are perfect for cocktails like the Hibiscus Paloma Punch. With a commitment to quality and innovation, 21 Seeds has become a favorite among cocktail enthusiasts looking for a unique and refreshing twist on traditional tequila.

Ingredients for the Grapefruit Hibiscus Paloma

  • 21 Seeds Grapefruit Hibiscus Tequila: A smooth tequila infused with the fresh taste of grapefruit and hibiscus.
  • Grapefruit Soda: Adds a bubbly, citrusy kick to the mix. Feel free to use your favorite brand.
  • Sparkling Rosé: Choose a light, fruity rosé to enhance the floral notes of the hibiscus.
  • Hibiscus Tea Bags: Creates a rich hibiscus flavor.
  • Sugar: To sweeten the concentrate.
  • Lime Slices: For a fresh, zesty touch.
  • Dried Hibiscus and Sea Salt: For the rim, creating a beautiful and flavorful garnish.
  • Grapefruit and Hibiscus Flowers: For garnish, adding an extra touch of elegance.
21 Seeds Hibiscus Paloma Punch

How to Make the Hibiscus Paloma Punch

Creating this batch cocktail is easy and fun, making it perfect for any summer festivities!

Start by preparing the hibiscus concentrate. Steep hibiscus tea bags in hot water for 3-7 minutes. Then, remove the tea bags and stir in sugar until dissolved. Chill the concentrate until ready to use.

Fill a pitcher with ice. Add the 21 Seeds Grapefruit Hibiscus, grapefruit soda, sparkling rosé, hibiscus concentrate, and lime slices, stirring to combine the ingredients.

Next, prepare the glasses. Mix dried hibiscus and sea salt in a shallow dish, run a lime slice around the rim of a glass, and dip into the mixture to coat.

Divide the cocktail mixture into the prepared glasses. For an extra flair, garnish each drink with slices of grapefruit and hibiscus flowers before enjoying!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is hibiscus concentrate?

Hibiscus concentrate is sweet and tangy made by steeping hibiscus tea bags in hot water and dissolving sugar. It’s used to add a rich, floral flavor to drinks.

What’s the difference between a Paloma and a Margarita?

A Paloma combines tequila, grapefruit soda, and lime juice, and is typically served on the rocks with a salt rim. In contrast, a Margarita combines tequila, triple sec (or another orange liqueur), and lime juice, and you can serve it either on the rocks or blended with ice. The main difference is flavors: the Paloma is more citrusy and refreshing due to the grapefruit soda, while the Margarita is tangier and often sweeter due to the triple sec.

What are the origins of the Paloma?

Mexico is believed to be the birthplace of the Paloma cocktail, though its exact origins are unclear. It is thought to be named after La Paloma (“The Dove”), a popular folk song in Mexico. The Paloma’s simple ingredients and refreshing taste have made it one of the most beloved tequila-based drinks.

What if I don’t have sparkling rosé?

If you don’t have sparkling rosé, sub with regular rosé and add a splash of club soda for the effervescence. Alternatively, you can use a different sparkling wine like Prosecco.

How can I make the punch sweeter or less sweet?

To adjust the sweetness, modify the amount of sugar in the hibiscus concentrate or use a sweeter grapefruit soda. If you prefer a less sweet punch, reduce the sugar in the hibiscus concentrate or use a less sweet soda.

More Tequila Cocktails to Try

If you’re interested in taking Insta-worthy photos of your cocktails too, check out my free training on how to take Food & Drink Photos on a Budget!

And if you aren’t already, definitely follow me on Instagram and Facebook, to make sure you never miss a recipe, get tons of behind-the-scenes pics of everything I’m shaking up, shooting, and enjoying!

Hibiscus Paloma Punch

The Hibiscus Paloma Punch combines the vibrant flavors of 21 Seeds Grapefruit Hibiscus, grapefruit, and sparkling rosé and is perfect for Memorial Day Weekend sips!
Total Time15 minutes
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Hibiscus Iced Tea, Paloma, paloma punch, Tequila, tequila batch cocktail, tequila cocktail
Yield: 9



  • 1 1/4 cups 21 Seeds Grapefruit Hibiscus
  • 2 cups grapefruit soda
  • 3/4 sparkling rosé
  • 1/2 cup hibiscus concentrate
  • 1 lime, sliced
  • 1/2 tsp dried hibiscus, for rim
  • 1 tbsp sea salt, for rim
  • Garnish: grapefruit, hibiscus flower

Hibiscus Concentrate

  • 3 hibiscus tea bags
  • 1 cup hot water
  • 1/3 cup sugar


  • Cocktail
  • Fill a pitcher with ice. Add 21 Seeds Grapefruit hibiscus, grapefruit soda, sparkling rosé, hibiscus concentrate and lime slices and stir to combine.
  • Prepare glasses: Add salt and dried hibiscus to a shallow dish. Run a lime slice over the rim of a cocktail glass. Submerge in the salt mixture until coated. Divide cocktail mixture into prepared glasses. If desired, garnish with grapefruit slices and hibiscus flowers.

Hibiscus Concentrate

  • Steep tea bags in hot water for 3-7 minutes. Remove tea bags and add sugar. Stir until dissolved. Chill until ready to use.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recipe Rating

join our newsletter
for the latest mixes




meet us

take a look around

The Main Menu

contact us

close menu