Want to make exotic cocktails? Wild Hibiscus Flowers will take that step for your drinks, with a hint of tasty sweetness. A hit for your next party!
These beautiful flowers may seem merely like an aesthetic choice, but what makes Wild Hibiscus Flowers so wonderful is that they're entirely edible. Their soft sweet taste will surprise your guests: they make your drinks stand out in looks and in flavor!
Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup.
Contains 8.8 oz / 250 g (approximately 11 flowers).
Product of Australia.
Have a little taste of Wild Hibiscus Flowers with champagne: Place one at the bottom of your glass, pour a bit of syrup, and fill with a bubbly beverage! You can even eat the flower when you've finished your drink! They can be also used to embellish appetizers: try goat cheese on a cracker and top with a petal!
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These are so wonderful in a cocktail ...... looks elegant and taste JSU
These are delicious, looks elegant, will impress all! Definitely should be offered in upper class restaurants
A real taste treat!
A flower, a little syrup andsome Presecco. Yummy!!
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