Connoisseur Gold  has turned edible gold leaf into extravagant, viral sensations, but humankind had long had an appetite for the glittery, malleable metal.


Dazzled by sparkling gold flakes suspended in your cocktail, or the delicately laid gold leaf surrounding your Cake.


One thought may cross your mind: “can I really eat gold?” Or, the question is just “why eat gold?” After all, it's basically flavourless.

For centuries, thinly pounded sheets of pure gold have been used as garnish in European pastries and ground into Japanese green tea.


Recently edible gold leaf is being used in the beauty industry, from a 24ct facial, creams and make-up to give that extra sparkle.