Syrup - Lemon-Grapefruit Fruit Concentrate - Aiguebelle
(€17.40 / Litre)
Syrup - Lemon-Grapefruit Fruit Concentrate - monastery of Aiguebelle
This "little concentrate" in its lemon-grapefruit version has the particularity of refreshing greatly. Indeed, while most syrups are mostly high in sugar, you will find here the real taste of fruit.
As a result, by mixing it with water and paired with ice cubes, this "little one" becomes a "big one", which awakens the taste buds and will appeal to both adults and children.
In addition, it is 100% natural as proven by the ingredients that go into its composition.
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Supplier: Notre Dame d'Aiguebelle Abbey
Ingredients: Fruit juice made from concentrates 80% (lemon 66%, grapefruit 14%), sugar, natural flavors of lemon and pink grapefruit, natural flavor
The presence of a deposit is natural and linked to the richness in fruit: shake before use. Up to 6 liters of drink with a 50 cl bottle
Average nutritional value per 100g
Energy (kJ) / (kcal): 796/187
Carbohydrates (g): 45
of which sugars (g): 45
Contains negligible amounts of fat, saturated fatty acids, protein and salt.
Capacity: 50 cl
Storage advice: To keep all the qualities of the product, we recommend that you store it in the refrigerator after opening and consume it within 3 months.
Made in France
Heritage & craftsmanship
The best recipes are always jealously guarded and their transmission is often as irrational as it is affective ...
At AIGUEBELLE abbey, the Cistercian monks knew how to invent, refine and perpetuate different original recipes for complex liqueurs of plants and fruits. This is the case with the recipe for the “Elixir of Life” developed in 1239 by Benedictus de Nuraies at the abbey church of Villeneuve de Berg. So also for the recipes of liqueurs Coiron and Raphaëlle d'EYGUEBELLE.
This heritage, resulting from the secrets, recipes and ancestral methods developed by the Cistercian monks of the Abbey of Aiguebelle, has been protected and passed down from generation to generation.
NATURAL FLAVORS AND ESSENCES
The natural aromas and essences come exclusively from fruits or plants and are concentrated according to various perfectly mastered techniques. These elements constitute the “aromatic heart” of the products. In each recipe are assembled several essences and several natural flavors. They allow you to obtain an authentic taste, faithful to the original recipe.
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