Syrup - Peach-Verbena fruit concentrate - Aiguebelle
  • Syrup - Peach-Verbena fruit concentrate - Aiguebelle

Syrup - Peach-Verbena fruit concentrate - Aiguebelle

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Syrup - Peach-Verbena fruit concentrate - Aiguebelle

Discover the Petit Concentré Peach Verbena, a concentrated drink with peach and organic verbena infusion to dilute.

Especially do not pronounce the name of syrup because the monks will get angry.

Yes, it is the same thing, but thought and created in a completely different way. Instead of most of the sugar, there is peach and an infusion of verbena.

The result is surprising, a unique fruit taste and an ideally balanced peach with a hint of verbena. 100% nature !!!

Ultra refreshing and very pleasant to drink.

Supplier: Notre Dame d'Aiguebelle Abbey

Ingredients: Fruit juice made from concentrates 80% (peach 50%, lemon), sugar, organic verbena infusion 12.5%, natural peach flavor, natural flavor

Average nutritional value per 100g
Energy (kJ) / (kcal): 876/206
Carbohydrates (g): 50
of which sugars (g): 50
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

A name that smacks of Provence, whose history can be traced back to its geographical origin.
EYGUE, Provencal name meaning water, from the Latin aqua & name of a river passing through Nyons, BELLE, meaning beauty and purity. EYGUE-BELLE or the Beautiful water, “Aquabella” in Latin.
This brand historically established in the heart of Drôme Provençale, between orchards and lavender fields, passionately produces syrups and liqueurs according to the recipe of the monks of the abbey.
Rich in its past and its regional roots, a collaborative structure that cultivates strong values:
          • Artisanal know-how,
          • Authenticity of taste,
          • Passion for the profession,
          • Requirement,
          • Art of living.
Here we particularly like the art of living specific to the Provençal, where sharing and spontaneity predominate ...

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