Garnish Tutorials

Store bought rose water can taste super overpowering and rank as fuck. This is why making your own maybe a good idea. You can...
Make tree garnishes using cinnamon sticks and herbs. These garnishes work well in a gin and tonic. ¬†¬† You’ll need cinnamon sticks, a skewer...
These cute garnishes can add a touch of luxury to your drinks. All you need is an apple, sharp knife, hibiscus extract (or any...
Dehydrated garnishes are super convenient to have as they can be stored in an air tight container for a long time. This Kogan dehydrator...
In this post I’ll show you how to make naturally coloured ice cubes using tea (and cucumber water). It’s very easy to do and...
I’ve already done a succulent tutorial post but I’ve updated/refined it. This version should be much easier to follow. Use a melon baller to...
Dehydrated apple roses are a great make ahead garnish and can be stored for ages in an airtight container. By ages I mean at...
If you haven’t already seen the original citrus peel rose article¬†CLICKHERE The 2.0 version incorporates two types of citrus peels to create a two...
Today I’ll show you how to turn an apple into a turtle shell, rose, honeycomb and cactus. Before I bought these cookie cutters, I...