By Sofia Muñoz – Carole Goudreau of CG Esthetics is popularly known for her fine services offered at her beauty salon and Dorian’s Angels have been invited by Carole to get all dolled up on previous occasions. This time around Carole invited the Angels over to her salon, not to get pampered, but to try one of her newest products that she is offering her clients; and it is one that is becoming very popular.
The product Carole is offering is not for your skin or hair; it’s a premier product that she offers to her customers for weddings or other events along with champagne – it’s Wild Hibiscus Flowers. What are Wild Hibiscus Flowers you might ask? Well it’s a sweet, delicious and unique garnish for food and cocktails.
The fresh flowers are individually picked, deseeded, cleaned and packed into jars entirely by hand. Hibiscus flowers grow in several different shapes, so they are placed in predetermined positions in the jar according to shape to ensure that none are squashed. The flowers are soaked in hibiscus syrup for sauces, glazes and cocktail ingredients.
This premium product is perfect for those special occasions with loved ones, whether it’s a bride on her wedding day, a celebrity, a mother celebrating a special occasion or a group of women enjoying a big night out.
At CG Esthetics you can purchase Wild Hibiscus Flowers in syrup in 11-flower- jars for an intimate dinner, small parties or as a gift, 50-flower-fars for weddings, large events or restaurants and 15-flower-jard in ROSE syrup for the discerning palate. They add a wonderful floral aspect to a glass of bubbly without overtaking the flavor.
Make this Valentine’s Day extra special and get yourself Wild Hibiscus Flowers with their vibrant crimson color and delicious raspberry and rhubarb flavor. Whatever the occasion it might be make sure to drop by at CG Esthetics and purchase you Wild Hibiscus Flowers.
CG Esthetics is located at Unit #3, Fairdale Plaza across from Island Academy on Coconut Drive. Call 626-2154 or email: email@example.com
Here are a few recipes to try with the Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Syrup