Quebec Wild Rose Petals have a much richer aroma than the cultivated variety and are more intense than Chinese or Middle Eastern roses. Quebec wild roses generally grow on the banks of creeks or streams. These petals are harvested in Kamouraska and air-dried to preserve maximum flavor.
Excellent in desserts, rice dishes, or chicken. Try Wild Roses in pastry, such as flan, rice pudding, or almond or pistachio desserts. They’re especially nice with lamb or poultry. Mix some with honey, garlic and cumin to make a dynamite marinade for quail or Cornish game hen.