Lobster Tail Bouquet and Charcuterie Bouquet: 2 of the Wildest Edible Bouquets You Can Give on Valentine's Day

Feb 03, 2021 01:17 AM EST | By Joshua Summers (staff@foodworldnews.com)

Edible Bouquet Ideas: Lobster Tail Bouquet and Charcuterie Bouquet, the new Definition of Romantic Gift
(Photo : Spencer Platt)
People walk down a street while holding flowers on Valentine's Day on February 14, 2020 in New York City.

Thinking of the best gift to give your partner this Valentine's Day is a tough decision since you have a criterion to meet, such as creativity and quality. As a man in a relationship, you can't give your woman the same gift you gave her last year. The rise of edible bouquet ideas online paved the way for hyping the creativity amongst men, and if you don't have the time, why don't you give them a lobster tail bouquet or a charcuterie bouquet?

Roses and chocolates are among the most bought gifts for ladies in the previous years, but if you want a practical yet sophisticated gift, edible bouquets may be a good choice. Apart from enjoying them as a meal, you won't have any waste because you consume everything except for the packaging, of course.

Unlike when you give them a flower bouquet, they will soon wilt and go straight to the bin. With lobster tail and charcuterie bouquets, your lady might enjoy the sophistication and, at the same time, the hearty meal that is waiting for them.

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Lobster Tail Bouquet

Maine Lobster's Lobster Tail Bouquet
(Photo : Maine Lobster)

This year, Maine Lobster is selling a DIY kit for making a lobster tail bouquet you and your partner can crack together while watching a movie from the comfort of your homes and being cozy since you won't like to get out of your home because of the coronavirus.

According to Eating Well, each DIY lobster tail kit features five to six-ounce of lobster tails harvested from the water surrounding Maine, and proceeds will help the fishery's family. It's like hitting two birds in one stone since you are going to make your partner happy and, at the same time, help the people behind the product. Apart from the lobster tails, which are the gift's focus, the kit also comes with skewers, wax paper, burlap wrap, and the Valentine tag.

Delish notes that the kits' prices vary from the bouquet you choose, whether the four or six lobster tails, which costs $82.49 and $109. 99 respectively. The edible bouquet can be ordered online from Maine Lobster Now or Hancock Gourmet Lobster Co.

Charcuterie Bouquet


If you have more time to spare, then you might want to make a charcuterie bouquet. According to Craft Beering, a charcuterie bouquet is a delicious arrangement of cured meats and other supporting edibles like pickles, cherry tomatoes, breadsticks and pretzels, cheese cubes, and grapes.

Technically you are just making a charcuterie board but without the board. According to Eating Well, you have to thread the desired meats to the skewers and layer them. Then put the cheese, olives, and any pickled vegetables together.

Eating Well notes that you may add vegetable sticks like carrots and celery or stack a skewer with cherry tomatoes in them to lighten up the bouquet. It also emphasizes that the charcuterie bouquet should not be at room temperature for more than two hours, so giving it a space on your fridge is ideal.

The best way to a man's heart (or even a woman) is through the stomach. Melt your partner's hearts with these edible bouquet ideas. Who will not love lobster tail bouquets and charcuterie bouquets as Valentine's gifts?

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