Garden to Glass: Creating Drinks with Edible Flowers


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lavender in glass 

Lavender. Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash

Edible flowers are delectable in the spring, summer, and fall! Did you know that they can grace your table during the winter as well? Not always on a plate, either. They are delightfully delicious added to a glass. Read on for ways to imbibe edible flowers throughout the dormant season of the garden.

Hopefully you dried or otherwise preserved a variety of edible flowers from your garden this past growing season. No need to panic if you didn’t. Dried edible flowers are available from numerous vendors online and through many local vendors no matter where you live.

Some Basic Ingredients

You’ll want to have some basic floral ingredients on hand for the recipes in the post. Then you’ll find yourself composing your own specialty drinks using many of these same flowers.



Dried flowers



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