A trendy and original ingredient to have in your kitchen ! Use these rose petals in infusions, crystallized with sugar or for flavouring jams.
Tasting notes: Acid, vinegary but with sweet and sour notes,flavour reminiscent of a dressing.
Tasting notes: Sweet, lemony aftertaste, makes the mouthwater.
Tasting notes: Opens the palate increasing salivationand enhancing the flavours.
Tasting notesSlightly sweet flavour. PairingAvocado, anchovies, anise, cinnamon, pork, coconut, chocolate, whitechocolate, raspberry, strawberry, pepper, cilantro leaf, cured ham, mango,apple, seafood, orange, banana, grapefruit, blue cheese, hard cheese, sage,bacon, grape, vanilla. UseDesserts, fish, starters. Season AvailableSpring to Summer.
Tasting notes: Slightly citrus, bitter. Soft citrus skinwith a honey flavour.
Use these delicate rose buds to add an elegant touch to a sophisticated dish, in a glass of champagne or on cakes and desserts !
These dried hibiscus flowers release their fruity and acidic flavours when crushed into desserts, infused in syrups or in water as a hot or chilled drink.
Jasmine is the symbol of love and feminine temptation. Its enchanting aroma will delight all your cream desserts, ice-creams and French financiers.
Although these chamomile flowers are mainly used in herbal teas, they can also be used in sauces and sprinkled over vegetables.