edible flowers for cocktails

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  • Edible phlox flowers in cocktails from http://maddocksfarmorganics.co.uk
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    Buy Phlox Flowers

    Buy phlox flowers. 100 flower heads per box.

    Phlox are available between the beginning of May and the middle of October. Please don’t order outside of these times.

    Phlox. Stunning summer flowers in red, pinks, whites and purples. These flowers are very delicate and ones that should be treated with care as they don’t like to be left out on food for long periods of time. Having said that, they are completely stunning little stars and are quite beautiful adorning cocktails if they are added at the last minute. They are also beautiful additions to cakes or desserts.

    Here we sell a box of more than 100 phlox heads on short stalks. When you use the flowers you just need to remove them from their stalks.

    Phlox are also lovely used as part of petal confetti where their delicate feather like petals add a touch of class.

    Whole phlox are also lovely floating in cocktails.

    We will include a selection of colours within the box but if you’d just prefer just one colour then please do email Jan at maddocksfarmorganics@gmail.com and we can pick to your preferred option. They come in pink, purple, white and red.

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  • Buy Lemon Tagetes. www.maddocksfarmorganics.co.uk
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    Buy Tagetes Flowers

    (100 + Tagetes flowers per box)

    Tagetes flowers are stunning little stars of yellow, orange and red. They have a citrus – almost Seville marmalade flavour -a bit like kumquats. Both the flowers and leaves are edible which means that they can be displayed as little sprigs. Tagetes also hold very well (see the flowerpot muffins below) so are great for cakes and for floating either as individual flowers or as sprigs in cocktails.

    Their sweet/tart flavour means that they work brilliantly with both sweet and savoury dishes. Think duck or game; fruit salads; trifles….. you name it. The yellow are a little more lemony in flavour so work well with fish as well.

    We pick in mixed colours but can just picked just yellow, orange or red as you wish. Just specify when you order. 

    If you’d like your Tagetes as sprigs then do let us know but please be aware that we can only get 40 sprigs to the box.

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    Edible Flowers for Cocktails

    Edible Flowers for Cocktails.

    THIS IS FOR MIXED BOXES – IF YOU WANT ONE TYPE OF FLOWER CLICK HERE.

    More than 3,000 of our edible flowers were used to garnish the cocktails at the premiere of the James Bond Movie Spectre. We like to think that if they are good enough for James Bond’s martini then they are pretty spot on. They are also featured in Brides magazine as a ‘budding’ trend.

    The Cocktail Box comes in two sizes.

    The Budding Floral Cocktail Box which contains three separate punnets of different types of flowers – making up 75+ smaller edible flowers in total suitable for garnishing mixed cocktails and other summer drinks and for making flower ice cubes and lollies. It also contains a few seasonal edible leaves perfect for decorating cocktails e.g. thyme sprigs, lemon verbena, mint, lemon balm or fennel fronds or for adding to your ice cubes.

    The Flower Power Floral Cocktail Box which contains four separate punnets of four distinctly different types of flowers – making up 150+ smaller edible flowers in total suitable for garnishing mixed cocktails and other summer drinks and for making flower ice cubes and lollies. It also contains two types of seasonal edible leaves perfect for decorating cocktails e.g. thyme sprigs; lemon verbena, mint, lemon balm stems; or fennel fronds or for adding to your ice cubes.

    If you know what cocktails you have in mind when ordering this box then let us know and we’ll find your cocktail the perfect petally partner.

    If you would like a specific type of edible flower to garnish drinks for your special event, or have a particular cocktail in mind then do look at our list of individual flowers or you can choose this mixed Edible Flower Cocktail box for a selection of floral treats to make your cocktail party go with a bang. You can either choose one type of flower or have a selection of different flowers and petals.

    Floral Ice Cubes – Our lovely edible flowers in ice cubes were featured in Brides. We do a selection of edible flowers for ice cubes HERE.


  • Edible flower ice cube. Flowers from http://maddocksfarmorganics.co.uk, Photograph by http://www.piet.co.uk for http://www.rakesprogressmagazine.com
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    Edible Flowers for Ice Cubes

    Floral Ice Cubes

    Our lovely edible flowers for ice cubes were featured in Brides as an upcoming trend and are lovely if you want to make flower ice cubes for champagne buckets, for floral cocktails or for chilled jugs of water.

    Smaller and medium sized edible flowers are an ideal size for you to make your own floral ice cubes. A guide to making floral ice cubes is HERE and it is worth reading before making final decisions about what you’d like. Again, you can choose which coloured flowers you’d like or you can leave it up to us to make a lovely selection of colour flowers that will show up clearly when encased in ice. Borage and mint tips for Pimms? Rose petals for weddings? Lemon Verbena & Tagetes for refreshing spritzers? We pick to order so can work with what you’d like or if you just want one individual type of flowers then do go to the section of our on line shop listing flowers by type HERE. Pop in some details below and we’ll pick to match how you are using your ice cubes.

    Here we offer two sizes of box.

    The standard box comprises 100 flowers and enough edible foliage/herbage to add 100 leaves as well.

    The large box comprises 150 flowers and enough edible foliage/herbage to add 150 leaves as well.

    You can pre-order them here. When you order you can choose the date that you’d like them to be delivered. Remember to leave enough time to get your iccubes properly set. This will take a couple of days. See the guide above.