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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! Also good as an excuse to crack open some bubbly, the little flower sits in the bottom of the glass, all the bubbles stream off and subtly unfurl the flower, at the end of the drink you can eat the flower it has a delicious raspberry & rhubarb flavor. All natural and entirely made by hand in a sole-purpose built facility in Sydney, Australia this is a truly unique product.

The Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup was "discovered" by happy accident at a lively Australian dinner party in 1998, when Lee Etherington and a group of (tipsy) friends playfully dunked a crimson wildflower into a champagne flute. The flower slid gracefully to the bottom of the glass, and the friends watched, agog, as champagne bubbles streamed across it, and the petals slowly unfurled. Lee, a 21-year-old tour guide who owned a small food business and had only ever used the edible Hibiscus as a dessert garnish, took a sip of his exotic creation.

Size: 8.8 ounces Item: 2037
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Latest Customer Reviews for Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup
By Gail
from FL
on Apr 09, 2017
PERFECT GIFT
Best price and prompt service by seller
By Bill
from Beaverdam, VA
on Mar 14, 2015
Even Better than it sounds
No special occasion or champagne required. I keep on hand and use with Vernon's Ginger Ale. There are 11 young flowers in each jar and it is filled with enough syrup for two teaspoonns per drink. Place a single flower in a glass, add a bubbly drink (very cold), then add two teaspoons of the syrup. Let sit for at least fifteen minutes for the syrup to settle and the flavors to mix. Drink the ale, champagne - whatever. Then drink the syrup. Then eat the flower. The drink will have the subtle qualities of the flower and the syrup. The syrup will now have the added flavor of the drink. The flower has his marvelous texture and will also taste of the drink in which it has been cold-steeped. These flowers are young and should be placed in the mouth whole, savoured and chewed slowly to release all of the flavours and pleasant aromas. Quite a sensation. there is a temptation to eat them out of the jar like Marashino cherries, but that would be rather expensive and missing all the added flavor. Why only 4 stars? The jar could be bigger, the flowers a little larger?. The flavor slightly more sassier. I never give anything 5 stars - there is always room for improvement.
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