I enjoy making my own concoctions at home. Infusions are very easy to make as you simply combine ingredients in a jar and let it sit for a while. I came across this post and couldn’t resist trying out a raspberry infused vinegar.
I have always loved Indian food, and this flavor combination I can always seem to find in Indian desserts. Oh my, is it heavenly; subtle, sweet and exotic. I am excited to start playing around with different drink recipes including this syrup!
A stunningly coloured, lightly sweet, smooth, silky, tart, fruity, floral sauce. Great for drizzling on cheesecake, mousse, cakes and meringue (any dessert that would benefit from a little tart balance) or blending into boozy cocktails.
Trap the essence of the long lazy days of summer in this clover and wild rose infused syrup. Take a walk in a meadow to collect the flowers for this recipe. Reminiscent of honey, use as a substitute for corn syrup or, well, honey.
Rose harissa chilli sauce - a real 'knock your socks off' chilli sauce with plenty of flavour - influenced by the traditional North African harissa sauce. Great for marinades, as a dipping sauce or just serving as a condiment with your food.
I always thought roses were just a pretty flower until I met the Rosa rugosa 'Hansa.' Its blooms can be used for many things, including infusing a brandy concoction that mixes beautifully with sparkling wine.