Turn your favourite gin blue with these beautiful colour changing Butterfly Pea flowers.
How do you make blue gin? Add 5 to 6 clitoria flowers per bottle and let the flavour and colour percolate completely. It takes just a few minutes with the colour increasing in strength until the gin reaches an intense bluebell blue. No need to shake or stir, normal pouring will mix your drink perfectly.
Butterfly Pea (Clitoria Ternatea) has a clean fresh taste, is rich in antioxidants and has undergoes an elegant colour change when it meets with tonic water and citrus fruits. Serve butterfly pea as a tea with a slice of lemon…
Impress your guests with a dramatic and beautiful colour change in a glass of gin…
Use it to create a beautiful blue, turn it purple with the addition of lemon, lime or your favourite tonic water, it’s gorgeous!
If you’ve noticed the Latin name sounds a bit, well, feminine, you’re right. Clitoria by name, clitoris-shaped by nature. These flowers are named ‘clitoria’ because they are said to resemble a woman’s clitoris. Whilst the the resemblance ends with the shape it is nonetheless a conversation starter.
In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, clitoria is ascribed various qualities including memory enhancing, nootropic, antistress, anxiolytic, antidepressant, anticonvulsant, tranquilizing, and sedative properties – Wikipedia
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