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Gold Leaf Artisan Gift Box

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12 leaves - Edible Gold - 23 carats - 1 brush for gold leaf application

Gold Leafing experience for gourmets!

This crisply elegant gift set fires the imagination to create the most luxurious, delectable treats for family and friends.

The perfect host or hostess gift, this set includes a booklet of 12 splendid 23 kt edible gold leaf squares, measuring 5 cm (1.9 inches) and a sleek, silky fan brush for easy gold leafing application. At less than 0.000125 mm or .13 microns thickness,  the gold leaf is so thin it simply disintegrates on the tongue, though its glowing beauty will be remembered long after the event! Simply “charge” the brush by drawing it across a plastic surface, or gently dab brush with the merest hint of food oil, and it will readily pick up the gold leaf to apply to the edible surface.

Gourmets will love this exciting addition to their culinary repertoire, as they magically transform even a humble dessert or drink into a masterpiece!

Use the brush to gently float a square on an apéritif or after-dinner drink. At dinner parties, adventurous guests will enjoy this box laid at their place setting – let everyone decorate their desserts to their heart’s content!

A fabulous holiday and special occasion accompaniment! 

*Edible 23 kt Gold Leaf is available in different forms, known as food coloring agent E175, as designated by the European Commission (EC). Edible Silver Leaf is known as E174. Both are designated as limited additives for chocolates. There are no restrictions in Europe regarding the permissible daily allowance of these products, however they are not intended for daily consumption. Both products should be used as selective decoration, and for occasional use. Edible gold leaf Flakes and Dusts are also offered in certain countries with specific exemptions for use in sparkling wines, liquors and other alcoholic beverages.

We recommend that interested parties refer to individual countries’ particular legislation regarding the use of these products where they will be offered.