Flower Extract - Hibiscus

Flower Extract - Hibiscus

Regular price $12.65
  • Makes 20-30 drinks
  • Buy 5 get one FREE
  • 100% natural super concentrated
  • In stock
  • Inventory on the way

A super highly concentrated extract made from fresh hibiscus flowers.  Its a natural blood red colour and just a few squirts of the dropper top will make red or pink cocktails with a delicious hibiscus flavour. This extract can be used to colou

r food and beverages or for plate decoration and has an intense mixed berry-type taste.

  • Made from fresh cold-pressed Hibiscus Flowers, dried hibiscus and cane sugar.  That's it.
  • Use like a bitters - just a few drops per cocktail for vibrant red colour in beverages.
  • 100% Natural
  • Each 100ml bottle will colour 20-30 drinks = SUPER cost effective
  • Great as an all-natural substitute for flavours like rhubarb, raspberry, cherry, pomegranate or grenadine.
  • Can substitute Hibiscus Flower extract where hibiscus tea is called for in craft cocktails and other beverages.
  • Make pink - red ice cubes by adding to water and freezing
  • Add a few dashes in your cooking and cake frosting.  Imagine a beautiful crimson hibiscus macaroon!

Each bottle is 100ml and shelf stable for 3 years from manufacturing. Refrigerate once open. Handmade in Sydney.


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The pink finger limes are grown on our 80 acre farm at Kurrajong Heights. Chief distiller Lee planted 1,600 finger lime trees back in 2010 and has crawled around and under each and every one of the trees at least 70x since tending to their needs and ensuring they produce the most amazing fruit! It took a further 3 years of research and development to create this gin.
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Each bottle takes 18 months to create - 9 months to grow and nurture the fruit and another 9 to gently and skillfully convert the caviar to contain 40% alcohol gin and retain their dark pink colour.
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