Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup
Our Flower in Syrup are:
Made from Real Flowers
Heat Stable in Cooking
Economical - use the syrup and edible flowers from the jar
3 year shelf life (refrigerate once opened)
Handmade in Small Batches
Our Flagship Product
The world's first Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup. All natural and deliciously edible hibiscus flowers in a cane sugar syrup. Each flower is hand packed into the jar to preserve their quality and shape. All of the natural vibrant color and flavor comes just from the flower. They are cooked in the jar and vacuum sealed which gives them a long shelf life.
Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup are all natural and deliciously edible - both the whole hibiscus flowers and the delicate infused cane sugar syrup from the jar. Suitable for cocktails and culinary delights. Also great for mocktails, children's fun drinks and desserts.
Available in Two Varieties
The original Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup (11-flower & 50-flower sizes)
The limited edition Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Rose Syrup (15-flowers), which has the addition of premium Bulgarian rose oil
Do you eat the flower?
Absolutely! The flavor has been described by our customers as being like mixed berries or a combination of raspberry and rhubarb. The texture is similar to firm lychee or dried cranberries.
The flowers and the syrup are both ready to use right out of the jar.
The classic use for flowers in syrup is to just add bubbly but the applications go above and beyond with the many food and beverages - sweet and savory. They are even a fantastic treat for children's fun drinks, desserts and even savory dishes.
Flowers are firm but pliable and easy to work with to create garnishes for glass and plate.
In the food and beverage industry?
Use as a delicious ingredients to create stand out menu items that guests will love and remember.
Our Wild Hibiscus Flowers make regular appearances at weddings, celebrity and PR events, cocktail bars, high-end restaurants, cocktail and food competitions and are always at hand in the foodies pantry and we are as Proud as Punch.
So what's in the jar you may ask?