Wild Hibiscus Flowers

Date Posted:28 June 2017 

Four wild food & beverage ideas using Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup 250g

Here are our top four wild food & beverage ideas using Wild Hibiscus Flower in Syrup 250g 

In Bubbly

Ok, this is not such a 'WILD' food & beverage idea but it is the classic! Simply place a whole Wild Hibiscus Flower in the bottom of a champagne flute, pour in some syrup and fill up with bubbly! All the bubbles stream off and open up the flower. You can eat the flower once all the bubbly is gone which has a sweet taste similar to raspberry & rhubarb flavour.

In Cocktails

Try a Wild Hibiscus Margarita. Rim a glass with fresh lime and salt flakes. Shake with a generous serving of ice, 45ml tequila, 15ml fresh lime juice, 30ml hibiscus syrup & 15ml cointreau liqueur. Garnish with a whole hibisuc flower. Yum!

In Starters

Using whole hibiscus flowers stuff with rolled balls of soft goats cheese & top with pepper & chives. A deliciously elegant cocktail party hors d'oeuvre sure to tantilise even the most discerning of tastebuds.

In Sweet

Drizzle syrup from the jar of Wild Hibiscus Flower Syrup over cheesecake or ice cream. Garnish with a hibiscus flower in place of strawberries. Also can be used to flavour and add natural colouring to cupcake icing. 

Simple, sweet and elegant. These delightful Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup are guaranteed to be a gourmet gifting item to delight and impress. 

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