Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup

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SKU:
G130
UPC:
9338520006006
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$12.35

Description

A Beautiful and Unique product - Serve these exquisite Wild Hibiscus Flowers as a garnish in Champagne at your next special occasion, celebration or dinner party! At the end of the drink you can eat the flower. It has a delicious raspberry , rhubarb flavor. Hand picked, cleaned and packed, Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup are 100% natural and sustainably farmed in Australia. These flowers have a sweet raspberry-rhubarb flavor and are crimson in color. Made from only wild hibiscus flowers, cane sugar and water, the entire flower is edible and makes a stunning presentation in a glass of champagne or martini. Also, the flowers and syrup are heat stable and will not change color or texture when used in cooking applications. Its delicious in cocktails, salads, cheesecake recipes, crostini, skewers, ice-cream sundaes... Size: 8.8 oz jar (syrup + flowers)
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Additional Information

INGREDIENTS:
Wild hibiscus flowers, cane sugar, water
NUTRITION:
-
MSDS:
-
ALLERGENSTATEMENT:
-
COA:
-
FIDS:
-
SPEC:
-
GLUTEN FREE:
No
KOSHER:
No
ORGANIC:
No
ALCOHOL FREE:
No
MADE IN USA:
No
PG FREE:
No
FLAVOR:
Hibiscus
FORM:
Syrup
TYPE:
Syrup
NON_GMO:
-
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9 Reviews

  • 5
    My new favorite

    Posted by Tammy on Jul 26th 2016

    Incredible. Love the champagne trick. The syrup stays in the bottom and releases, thru the bubbles, very slowly. You can drink a few glasses. When all of the syrup is used up, the hibiscus floats to the top and that's when I eat it! My new favorite is from a recipe card on the jar calling for goat cheese, rolled in a small ball, dipped in fresh chive on half and cracked black pepper on the other half. Place it in a single hibiscus flower. Eat it all in one bite. An elegant one-bite appetizer for a small gathering. Amazing! I served each one in its own little dish like an amuse bouche for my party of four.

  • 5
    Amazing!

    Posted by Terri on Jan 6th 2016

    The taste and texture of these flowers is lovely. I use some of the syrup in my flute to add color to the bubbly. A memorable experience.

  • 5
    Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup

    Posted by Elizabeth on Mar 22nd 2015

    This is an excellent addition to a fizzy cocktail. I added it to a bubbly wine and it is lovely and delicious as well. I will definitely order this again. LOVE it!

  • 5
    Perfect finishing touch

    Posted by Loaf &Round Bakery on Sep 2nd 2014

    Ive used these to top off individual meringues for Valentines Day as well as the perfect garnish to take a celebratory glass of champagne from nice to WOW! A must for the pantry.

  • 4
    Wild Hibiscus in syrup

    Posted by Pilar on Dec 26th 2012

    Product is excellent. Not only does it make for a beautiful drink when mixed with champagne or prosecco but the taste is delicious. Sure to be a hit at any party.

  • 4
    awesome at the bridal table

    Posted by lesa on Aug 19th 2012

    I bought these for my daughterthe bride to be.thought they would look great at the bridal table for the bride and groom. my girlfriends daughter got married first gave them to her for her daughter..looked fabulous and now need to re-order for our bride..

  • 4
    Really great product

    Posted by Robson on Oct 22nd 2011

    What a great product this is my second order and item arrived on time. It sure gives a special flavor and a veru interesting look especially if you are drinking a nice champagne. All my friends loved the idea and the presentation is awesome I will sure order another one very soon. It sure complements the drink.

  • 4
    Wild Hibiscus

    Posted by Geoffrey on Oct 3rd 2011

    We used the Hibiscus at my sons wedding and it really added a lot of class to the toasts. We put them in champagne for the adults and in sparkling cider for the kids. A very nice touch.

  • 4
    Fun and festive

    Posted by Carolyn on Oct 3rd 2011

    We dropped these in champagne glasses and the flowers looked beautiful while the glasses were full! After draining the champagne the flowers looked like sea creatures but tasted sweet and were fun to eat....kind of like gummi bears.

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