WILD ROSELLA - Rhubarb & Raspberry makes this Australian Botanical Garden scent.
Wild Rosella (Hibiscus sabdariffa), is an introduced species that thrives in tropical and sub tropical areas of Australia from Cairns in the east through to Broome in the west and down as far as Coffs Coast in NSW The petals can be used for making jellies and dessert garnishes. They have a tart flavour with a raspberry/rhubarb/plum quality.
The young fresh leaves are great in a mixed salad, as are the chopped fruit. The older leaves make a superb curry dish. The calyx has a myriad of uses; sun dried as a tea, made into a magnificent jam that puts strawberry in the shade, stewed and served with the morning muesli or used in tarts and puddings, and prepared as a syrup for flavouring drinks.
Drink / Recycle / Diffusers
Reclaimed Beer Bottles from Sassy Vine Candles, collected from recycling partners in Vic, Melbourne.
These stunning recycled Beer Bottles, with the Sassy Vine label which represents Male & Female, the Female Deer on the left has the Sass & the Stag is the Vine.
Our Australian made diffusers are hand poured using the finest Fragrances & Premium Oil Base.
Sassy Vine brings you stunning white on clear labels that you can see right through the labels to showcase the natural fibre reeds which you get a Double Set.
This diffuser lasts approx 12 months.
How to use:
- Your Beer Bottle Diffuser Cap is Machine pressed, so the good old Beer cap you open with a a beer or can opener and flick up.
- Place your Reeds in 1 of 2 Sets you have been given. Leave for 1hr and turn Reeds over and enjoy.
- When you find the smell is not there freshen up and just turn the reeds over, to release the stunning Fragrance.
- Around 4 months, take your Reeds out and pop in rubbish bin, and repeat with your second set of reeds given.
PLEASE NOTE: ANY DIFFUSERS SHOULD BE PLACED ON A COASTER OR SOMETHING YOU CHOOSE AND NOT DIRECTLY ON A WOODEN SURFACE ETC