Thursday, 13 December 2007

Champagne Flowers

The Wild Hibiscus Company has the ultimate in chique – a wild Hibiscus flower that blossoms in your Champagne. Simply place one whole wild hibiscus flower in the bottom of a champagne flute, pour in some of the sweet syrup from the jar and top of the glass with champagne.
The billions of bubbles from the champagne will then rise up and stream delicately off the flower causing it to bloom right inside the bottom of the glass. When you finish your drink, you can then eat the sweet edible flower, which has a natural flavour of raspberry and rhubarb that compliments the champagne perfectly. These could definitely be a very cool and trendy new cocktail accessory. You can find them at Harvey Nichols in London.

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