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".
the prices are unbelievably affordable!buythe 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
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 syrupare endless.