EDIBLE FLOWERS – HIBISCUS
This deep red hibiscus flower is delicious and we love sprinkling it on our shortbread and baking to add a bit of glam. Hibiscus flower infused in water makes a beautiful crimson or deep magenta colour, can be consumed cold or hot as a herbal tea and has a nice tart taste. We experimented using hibiscus water to colour icing this Christmas with great success!
Create sumptuous experiences in your kitchen each day. Keep dried edible flowers on your shelf for uplifting the mundane, sprinkling on salads, baking, garnishing soups, cocktails… delight your senses.
USES: Garnish, teas, decoration, cosmetics, infused oils, muesli, baking, cocktails/beverages
INGREDIENTS: Hibiscus (Sabdariffa) from Egypt – Certified Organic NASAA
SHELF LIFE: 12 months after opening stored in cool dark place
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We are new to Dried Edible Flowers. Are there bugs in them?
We hope not! We do our best to source verified safe food ingredients from suppliers who have protocols in place for pest control and food handling. If there is a bug, what a bugger! Send the product with the bug back to us and we will refund or offer an alternative.
Are Dried Edible Flowers vegetarian and vegan?
Yep, they certainly are.
Are Dried Edible Flowers safe to consume if pregnant?
You need to avoid Calendula. This is known to stimulate menstruation and relieve menstrual cramps so steer clear and choose an equally great alternative like Rose or Cornflower.
How do I store my Dried Edible Flowers?
We recommend in your pantry with other spices, herbs and baking goods, or any cool dark place away from sunlight. They will last well if sealed in the pouch, jar or airtight container. As tempting as it is to have them in view on a window sill, they will sweat, get too hot, and decay.
30G JAR, 250ML JAR