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Reduced price! Calice de fleurs d'hibiscus dans son sirop

Chalice of hibiscus flowers in syrup

Discover a procession of red fruit notes - cherry, redcurrant, elderberry, blueberry, raspberry and blackberry. A pleasant acidity gives the chalices a sublime freshness which is further enhanced by a delicious crunch.

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  • 4,75 € 9,50 €-50%

    Jar of 16 flowers 360ml (75g net drained weight)
  • 5,47 € 10,95 €-50%

    Jar of 20 flowers 480ml (100g net drained weight)

Botany : Hibiscus sabdariffa
Origine : Laos
Ingredients : Infusion of hibiscus flowers "Hibiscus sadbariffa" (water, hibiscus, sugar, 20% whole calyx of hibiscus flower, glucose syrup)
Storage : Away from light, heat and moisture.
Nutritional values : Per 100 g : energy 189 kcal (803 kJ) ; fat 0,8 g, of which saturates 0,5 g ; carbohydrate 46,6 g, of which sugars 42,92 g ; protein 0,5 g ; salt 0,0153 g.
Réf : CDPMSL08

Chalice of hibiscus flowers in syrup

 

Our supplier's farm is on the Bolaven Plateau, famous for its volcanic soil.
Our farmers' land is healthy, free of pesticides and sustainably farmed.
It is very rare to find whole flowers on the market which are freshly picked with rich pigments, intense flavours, without oxidation or external odours. They are delicately cooked to preserve the colour, crunchiness and acidity of the hibiscus flower chalices.
The flowers are delicious in a glass of Champagne or any sparkling dry white wine, or to decorate and use in delicious cocktails.
Ice cream makers can make sorbets, ice creams or granitas with the syrup and the finely chopped flowers as decorations.
Pastry and chocolate makers can use them to bring an exquisite touch to tartlets, cream cakes, ganaches and other delicious sweets.
In cooking, they can also be used in savoury dishes, in patés and terrines, foie gras escalopes, duck breast, game, white fish, pickles or oysters.

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Chalice of hibiscus flowers in syrup

Chalice of hibiscus flowers in syrup

Discover a procession of red fruit notes - cherry, redcurrant, elderberry, blueberry, raspberry and blackberry. A pleasant acidity gives the chalices a sublime freshness which is further enhanced by a delicious crunch.

Note : the packaging of this article is not suitable for gift boxes