Crystallised Violet Petals Pieces


Crystallised violet petals are the perfect finishing touch to stunning British baking. The intense violet scent conjures up images of days gone by, with afternoon teas, and dainty violet cream chocolates. The crystallised petals can be nibbled on as they are, used to decorate cakes, or to dot an individual petal on top of a dark chocolate.

These petal pieces are 2-5mm in size, approx. 1100 per pack. The crystallised violet petal pieces are perfect for popping in a glass of champagne or sparkling wine for an elegant cocktail, or using individual pieces to garnish small chocolates. Also try sprinkling crystallised violet petal pieces over lemon sorbet for a refreshing dessert that conjures up images of the English springtime.

Crystallised rose petals and crystallised rose petal pieces are also available. 

Ingredients: Sugar, natural flowers (2%), acacia gum, flavour, colouring E120, E132


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