steal this idea: hibiscus wine garnish

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This year, our holiday cocktails held a chic and pretty surprise: wild hibiscus flowers! Anton, the member of our motley Christmas crew, arrived with his usual beautifully appointed basket of hand towels and wine, and a new cocktail garnish. Simply pour a glass of sparkling wine, fish out a flower from a jar of Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup, drop it into the glass and add a dash of syrup and watch as the bubbles gently unfurl the petals on the gorgeous edible treat. Snag a jar on Amazon, $11 for 8.8 ounces, or pick one up at Whole Foods and enjoy a Jingle Bell Bellini. This simple cocktail would also be an easy way to add a touch of pizzazz to a baby or bridal shower! Sample more recipes at the Wild Hibiscus Company website. –Sarah C.

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Megan B

Trader Joe’s sells dried hibiscus flowers which are gorgeous on a cracker with some goat cheese. And also delicious!

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[…] Hibiscus flowers: a fab garnish for wine and cheese! Along with a dash of syrup they complement a glass of sparkling wine, and they’re also divine elsewhere. Megan B. says: “Trader Joe’s sells dried hibiscus flowers […]