Wild Hibiscus In Syrup

By: Bianca Bartz - Published: Aug 18, 2007 • References: bushtuckershop
For that extra-special occasion when you really want to crank up the wow-factor, you can impress your guests when you serve an ultra-exotic glass of champagne. Here's the best part - it won't cost a fortune. The wild hibiscus flowers in syrup are a beautiful addition to a glass of bubbly, and will be sure to leave you holding the "hostess with the mostess" title.

Simply drop your crimson flower into a glass of sparkling wine or champagne and watch it slowly open itself as the bubbles dissolve its sticky syrup. The edible Australian decor looks like a million bucks -- no one will have any idea that you paid less than a dollar per bloom! That's right, the jar of 11 flowers comes in at a measly $10!

So I know now what I'll be serving at my wedding, all I have left to do is find myself a groom! Stats for Edible Flower Art Trending: Older & Warm
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