Fresh Jasmine Flowers
Choose from 100, 200, 300, or 400 count
Late Spring – Early Summer
Jasmine flowers are small, delicate white blossoms with a very intense jasmine aroma. Because their flavor is sweet and floral, but also quite bitter, they're best used as a food-safe garnish (even though they're completely edible) than as an ingredient to be consumed.
Each jasmine blossom has five thin petals and is about 1" wide from petal tip to petal tip. They're sold with about an inch of stem attached.
Store jasmine flowers in their plastic clamshell in your refrigerator.
RECIPES & TIPS
Though they’re completely safe to eat, jasmine flowers have an intensely bitter flavor. As a result, they’re best used as a food-safe garnish rather than an ingredient. Their aroma is so intense that just one or two will likely be plenty to perfume an entire dish.