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Chloé makes Cocktails

If we don’t know each other yet, I'm Chloé - an interior designer who just happens to love making cocktails.

Below I share a few of my favourites, most of which can be enjoyed with or without alcohol. Add an edible flower or two, a vintage glass and of course a beautifully styled space and you're all set!

You can find out more about my interior design services here.

The joy of edible flower cocktails

When it comes to making cocktails, they should always look as good as they taste. Edible flowers are one of the easiest ways to up your cocktail game, making a beautiful addition to any drink. 

You can add edible flowers to your cocktails in a number of ways, from freezing flowers in ice cubes, using them for a subtle floral flavour or as a cocktail garnish.

Growing your own edible flowers is always your best bet to ensure there are no nasties, but of course always take care when .. and pick and consume any .. responsibly and always check…

There are plenty of popular edible flowers to choose from, I’ve put together a list of my favourites here.

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My Favourite Edible Flowers

If you can, then its always worth having a go at growing your own edible flowers. Most of these are easy to grow and the list includes options which can be grown indoors as houseplants or in a small window box. So long as you have a window you can grow your very own edible flowers!

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Nasturtiums

Your personal colour palette created for the room of your choice. The starting point for your new scheme.

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Violas

Recommendations for the key materials for your project including paint, paper and fabric.

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Primroses

A clickable sourcing list for you to purchase the recommended materials for your new scheme.

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Chloé makes Cocktails

If we don’t know each other yet, I'm Chloé - an interior designer who just happens to love making cocktails.

Below I share a few of my favourites, most of which can be enjoyed with or without alcohol. Add an edible flower or two, a vintage glass and of course a beautifully styled space and you're all set!

You can find out more about my interior design services here.

Edible Flower Cocktail Kit

When it comes to making cocktails, they should always look as good as they taste. Edible flowers are one of the easiest ways to up your cocktail game, making a beautiful addition to any drink. 

You can add edible flowers to your cocktails in a number of ways, from freezing flowers in ice cubes, using them for a subtle floral flavour or as a cocktail garnish.

Growing your own edible flowers is always your best bet to ensure there are no nasties, but of course always take care when .. and pick and consume any .. responsibly and always check…

There are plenty of popular edible flowers to choose from, I’ve put together a list of my favourites here.

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Collecting Vintage Glasses

I love to collect beautiful glasses and particularly enjoy finding vintage and secondhand ones. If you are going to the effort of making a cocktail, complete with a homegrown edible flower, it surely needs to be served in something extra special. 

Try local vintage shops, car boots and flea markets or online with Etsy & Ebay to source your own. Vintage glasses can often have one or two missing, I wouldn’t worry about that too much, mixing and matching and buying glasses individually will create a unique collection and having individual glasses for each person can make a cocktail feel even more special.

The only downside with a vintage glass is that they do tend to be quite small - so you may find yourself needing more frequent top ups! But this just gives you the opportunity to really hone your cocktail craft.

Chloé Makes Cocktails!

Hi I’m Chloé! If we don’t know each other yet I’m an interior designer who just happens to love making cocktails. I'm sharing some of my favourites, most of which can be enjoyed with or without alcohol. Add an edible flower or two, a vintage glass and of course a beautifully styled space and you’re all set!

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