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Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup - 8.8 oz
- Jar of 8 ounces
- Great for garnishing a martini or glass of champagne
- 100% natural and sustainably farmed
- Hand picked and packed in Australia
- Makes a wonderful hostess gift
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Wild hibiscus flowers, cane sugar, water
Serve as a garnish for drinks for food
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Top Customer Reviews
They are heavy enough that they did not float when I added the champagne.
They impart a very light sugary taste and faintly pink color. Overall it was more show than taste, which was fine with me.
They are edible. Taste and texture similiar to a raisin. Only the very base of the flower is inedible. It's too tough to bite.
My only complaint is the flowers were packed so tightly in the jar I had a hard time getting the first few out.
I was afraid I would tear them up prying them out of the jar. They didn't tear easily (again think raisins) but it rankled my nerves.
Arrived in a bad looking box, but had tons of bubble wrap to protect it. Will order again when the occaison arises.
I drop the beautiful blossom in my white wine.
Kir Royal France!
I don't use it only for special,occasions, I place it in my wine glass each and every time I enjoy a glass of wine.
Everyday IS a special occasion!
So make e every day special and ENJOY!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are really fun for what they are; don't really add much taste, even when pouring the syrup into the glass. Read morePublished 14 days ago by MMH
Delicious in champagne. Also includes some interesting recipes on the label. Large amout of flowers for bottle size.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I use this to make a hibiscus flower coulee to drizzle over my lime/habenero cheesecake. Yummy. Some people drop one flower into a champagne flute with their champagne to enhance... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Maxine R. Morgan
I use this a lot when entertaining.. Place a flower in each champagne glass and pour Prosceco or Champagne and WOW your guest!Published 1 month ago by Annie Ling-Campise