Tuesday, April 19, 2011

wild hibiscus flowers in syrup for food & wine lovers

voted #2 in "12 Tastiest Picks" @ Time Magazine

ALL natural, organic wild hibiscus flowers in syrup are homegrown & handmade in Sydney, Australia & then exported to 37 other countries

a delicious raspberry- rhubarb flavor, the flowers are served as an edible garnish on top deserts, within food dishes, or more often @ the bottom of champagne, cocktails OR sparkling wine. you place one in your glass, pour your drink, then watch as it bubbles, unfolds & blooms.


suggested places of use would be at special occasions, celebrations, dinner & cocktail parties, & get-togethers. they make a good excuse to "crack open some bubbly" as put by the wild hibiscus flower company themselves, as a hot topic of conversation, or as an "ice-breaker".

need a gift? wild hibiscus flowers in syrup make a great gift, especially for those people who seem to already have everything they need or want!

the prices are unbelievably affordable! buy the 8.8oz jar with 11 flowers for $11, or the 2.5lb party pack jar that comes with 50 flowers for only $35! each jar comes with a cocktail guide, folded up & attached to the lid.

*new*** wild hibiscus flowers in rose syrup, recently released but not yet on the companies website

to top it off, there are free cocktail & other recipes using hibiscus flowers for reference on the wild hibiscus flower company site, including additional cocktail & food recipes on the company's facebook. these are available to everyone so take a look if you need some mouth-watering ideas.

below is the "wild hibiscus champage jellies" recipe, a "perfect, simple, very adult and absolutely gorgeous desert for your next dinner party" thanks to the wild hibiscus flower company.

using | 1 jar wild hibiscus flowers in syrup | 1 2/3 cup sparkling wine | 1/2 cup water | 3tsp gelatin powder | whipped cream | chocolate bar | maraschino cherries
  1. add sparkling wine to mixing bowl
  2. pour 1/2 cup of hibiscus syrup (not flowers) in with the wine
  3. seperately, in a small pot over low heat & without boiling, warm water & dissolve gelatin
  4. pour gelatin-water mix into wine & mix thoroughly
  5. add a wild hibiscus flower into 6-7 fancy glasses & fill 2/3 with the jelly mix
  6. place into fridge to "gel-ify" overnight & flowers will set in all kinds of crazy positions
  7. top with whipped cream & maraschino cherries
  8. warm a chocolate bar, take a potato peeler & make chocolate curls for end topping
I feel very blessed to try out one of the companies newest items, the wild hibiscus flowers in rose syrup. made with the essence of 2 dozen bulgarian roses, this 12.3oz jar has 15 hand picked hibiscus flowers residing within it. they also sent me the original flavor, in an 8.8oz jar with 11 hibiscus flowers. this is physical wild hibiscus flowers, water & cane sugar mix.

regarding these flowers in wine, I love how magical the whole process looks, & how natural it is, as the flower does all the work. it really makes those moments you witness it "special" as it's not something you see everyday, if ever at all.

regarding the flowers in wine & food, they could add to ANY special occasion, or any occasion that you'd like to add some zest to. use them in alcoholic drinks, other drinks, as desert toppings OR in food entrees too! stuff them, roast them, cook them, make 'em pretty, put them on display, or pop them in your drink...
the possiblities with wild hibiscus flowers in syrup are endless.

having a baby shower? grab some wild hibiscus flowers in syrup & non-alcoholic sparkling wine & BRING IT ON!

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  1. I would definately try them in drinks. The champagne ones look so very cool and to watch them open would be awesome

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  6. I would use these in a "signature drink" for a birthday party for my pink- and flower-loving girlfriend!

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  7. I'd love to experiment making cocktails with these. Something fruity for the summer months!

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  9. I would use them for champagne drinks

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  10. I would love to use it in a signature cocktail at my 4th of July party

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  11. I would use the hibiscus flowers in my tea,oh just thinking about it sounds great. I've tried blooming teas(they are bulbs and after some minutes, it begins to bloom to a whole flower,while also making your hot water into tea) so this doesn't sound too odd. And I'm quite curious how it would taste. In Bangkok, I actually tried baked flowers, they're a delicacy and are like kettle-cooked chips. Who knew flowers would be so tasty? Yum yum..

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  14. I'd probably use them to make the Wild Hibiscus Royale or even just serve them in champagne. My parent's anniversary is coming up in late June, and they would be perfect for that occasion.

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  21. I'd make cookies with them! I like to make unique cookies and I think this would make a very interesting and delicious cookie.
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  24. To be honest, I would simply HAVE to just dip my pinkie in to try a bit ans smell it. But then, the luscious wild hibiscus champagne jellies sound FABULOUS. Yum. joleehamlin [at] comcast [dot] net

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  32. I think I would try it on ice cream! I just want to try it somewhere different and seems like a fun place and I love ice cream!
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  41. I'd use them for my wine loving friend's upcoming birthday party.
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  46. I think they would be perfect as part of a champagne cocktail. I've had rose petals in a rose syrup in champagne and it's divine.

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  48. On Wednesdays we have Breakfast for Dinner. I would use the wild hibiscus syrup on pancakes and French Toast during one or all of these evenings!
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  51. I knew hibiscus became really popular a year or two ago in alcoholic drinks, but the first thing I want to do with this syrup would be to use it to create a version of my mom's chiffon cake. Because this syrup is pretty unique, I'd probably end up showing off it's flavors in antipasti or a dessert, unless I was cooking a smaller and more expensive cut of meat.
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  53. I'd use the Hibiscus Flowers to make cocktails. I love making mixed drinks, and I've never had the chance to use any ingredients as fun and interesting as a hibiscus flower. It'd be a real treat!

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  57. Yogurt, milk, a pinch of cardamon, and then a flower. Blend and drink. Healthy smoothies.

    The rose syrup sounds the best as I do like rose smoothies.

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  63. I would add the syrup to pancake batter. Yum!

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  66. I am a new mom, so this would be fantastic for the one on one time that me and my love get, our date nights (which are usually spent at home to conserve $!). How amazing would this be to have in some wine and some on a delicious meal served for just the two of us. The beauty and elegance of these real wild flowers would definitely give our date nights in a unique gourmet feel! I love this idea and am so curious to see what these look like unfolding in a wine glass. This has romantic (and stunning) written allll over it!

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  93. i loooooove hibiscus! i would use these in seltzer or champagne or with random drinks I make with my juicer

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  100. I would use them in the faux champain drinks at my best friends upcoming baby shower!!! She is having a little girl and the theme is princess party and I think these would be the perfect royal addition :) but really the possibilities are endless!
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  106. AnonymousMay 18, 2011

    my girls and i go away & drink once every 3 months or so, so these flowers would go with us to fancy up our drinks a bit on our next girls weekend!

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  108. I have always used honey in tea. I would also like to try it in cocktails--I've never thought of that before!
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  111. I am definitely interested in the cockatails! My favorite is the Wild Hibiscus Daiquiri. Looks yummy.

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  112. As a bartender, I'm definitely interested in the creative cocktail potential for both the. Flowers and the syrup. Oh, the martinis.... Thanks for. The giveaway.

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    i want to try them with Icecream
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    i want to try it with a glass of white wine, and with tea and on a cake
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  130. i would use them for my sister's bachelorette party, i would make daiquiris
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  132. i would pair this with some angel food cake, fresh raspberries or strawberries, and whipped cream mmmm!
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    I would add this to pound cake!

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  140. I would love to serve them in drinks at our upcoming wedding vows renewal ceremony. I think my friends would enjoy them. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  141. i would use these in cocktails, i think they would look cool and add some taste too
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  149. Maybe for baking, I wonder if it could be used as an extract? For tea also.
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