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Edible Flowers & Petals

Largest selection of edible flowers on the market. Flowers are food grade and suitable for culinary uses, can be used in blends of teas, tinctures, infusions, to decorate cake, dessert as cocktail garnishes etc.

Apple Blossom

Apple BlossomTaste: Soothing and highly aromatic tea with a fresh and sweet aftertaste.Preparation: Use 2g flowers per 400ml of water. Heat water to 90-95℃ and steep for 1-3 minutes. It’s...

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Blue Cornflower Petals

COMMON NAME           Standardized: cornflower blue   Other: bachelor's button, cyaniBOTANICAL NAME       Centaurea cyanus      Plant Family: AsteraceaeINTRODUCTION   Cornflower blue is a common wildflower that has been cultivated as a garden flower for centuries....

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Butterfly Pea Flowers

Butterfly-pea flower tea commonly known as Blue Tea is a caffeine-free herbal tea, or tisane, beverage made from a decoction or infusion of the flower petals or even whole flower...

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Chamomile

Chamomile COMMON NAME Standardized: chamomile Other: chamomile, Hungarian chamomile, mayweed, sweet false chamomile, true chamomile BOTANICAL NAME Matricaria chamomilla Plant Family: Asteraceae PARTS USED Dried Flowers USES AND PREPARATIONS Chamomile...

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Chamomile Fix

Chamomile COMMON NAME Standardized: chamomile Other: German chamomile, Hungarian chamomile, mayweed, sweet false chamomile, true chamomile BOTANICAL NAME Matricaria chamomilla Plant Family: Asteraceae PARTS USED Dried Flowers USES AND PREPARATIONS...

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Damask Rose Petals

Rose petals are used for their floral aromas, as well as a form of decoration. They appear in sweet and savoury recipes – particularly in Persian dishes, where meats such...

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Deep Pink Rose Buds Large

OVERVIEW     Deep Pink Rose Buds Large (2-3cm) has been valued for its beauty for thousands of years. Because rose oil deteriorates rapidly with exposure to sun and wind, the content...

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Deep Pink Rose Buds Small

OVERVIEW     Deep Pink Rose Buds Small (1-2cm) has been valued for its beauty for thousands of years. Because rose oil deteriorates rapidly with exposure to sun and wind, the content...

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Edible Lavender

COMMON NAME  Standardized: Dried lavender, Lavender Other: common lavender BOTANICAL NAME         Lavandula angustifolia    Plant Family: Lamiaceae DRIED LAVENDERLavandula angustifolia is the classic dried lavender that most people are familiar with. It can...

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Edible Rose Petals

Edible Rose Petals No Stems or Leaves, Dust FreeRose petals are used for their floral aromas, as well as a form of decoration. They appear in sweet and savoury recipes –...

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Elderflower

Elder flowers, also called European elder, have a long history of use in traditional German medicine. They have antioxidant properties and an antiviral effect, which is why they're still popularly...

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German Chamomile

Chamomile COMMON NAME Standardized: chamomile Other: German chamomile, Hungarian chamomile, mayweed, sweet false chamomile, true chamomile BOTANICAL NAME Matricaria chamomilla Plant Family: Asteraceae PARTS USED Dried Flowers USES AND PREPARATIONS...

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Orange Blossom Petals
Carmen Booker (Beccles, GB)
Brilliant

Just what I needed as a botanical for my wax. Great!

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Queen of Jasmine - Jasmine Tea
Diana Richardson (Milton Keynes, GB)
Queen of Jasmine tea

Arrived well packed and protected. The tea leaves smell and taste delicious, the best jasmine tea I have ever tried.

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Pu Erh Tuo Cha
Janis Rozentals (Bristol, GB)
Good stuff

Good stuff

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Pu Erh Green - Pu Erh Tea
Janis Rozentals (Bristol, GB)
Good stuff

Good stuff

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Green Snail - Green Tea - Limited Quantity
Martin Reynolds (Newport, GB)
More than ….

It has a very good flavour for a green tea. Light, yes…. But some real middle and and just a tiny bottom tea flavour … more than the usual notes -
The first large brew was shared with 4 others and rarely have I seen arms so eagerly reaching for the pot, good colour and scent.