Flower Extracts can be used like a bitters - just a few drops per cocktail for vibrant color and flavor. Just add 2-3 dashes per drink. You can create 30+ drinks per bottle.
Another great idea is to jazz up your bottle or glass of water for a new taste and color experience.
In Food: Frosting, Icing, Cakes, Deserts, Macaroons, etc
In Beverages: Get creative with coloring and ice, molecular mixology, foams, liquor infusions, jelly layers, shots, 2-part drink presentations, plate paint, atomizer sprays, etc
You can use b'Lure straight out of the dropper bottle which is naturally bright blue. An edible natural blue food is quite rare in nature. That's why b'Lure is so special.
If other ingredients are added that have a higher acidity (like limes or lemons), the colour then changes from blue to purples and pinks depending on surrounding light & the acidity (pH) of the drink or food it is mixed with.
More Acid = More Purple - The colour is blue at pH 8 to pH 4 (if in neutral substances like water, clear spirits or milk). It will change to royal purple at pH 3 and to bright pink at pH 2 (so the more acidic it becomes after adding other ingredients).