Kitl Blackcurrant Syrup
Kitl Blackcurrant Syrup
Kitl Blackcurrant Syrup contains a high concentration of fruit. Kitl Blackcurrant Syrup is ideal for preparing home-made refreshing lemonades and cocktails. It is also excellent in hot drinks and desserts.
Kitl Blackcurrant Syrup with pulp 500 ml
Blackcurrants (ribes nigrum) are rich in natural antioxidants and vitamin C. During the Second World War, blackcurrant syrup was given free of charge to British children under two years of age. The fresh fruit can be consumed raw, or can be processed to produce a whole range of sweet or sour beverages and meals.
Ideal for preparing home refreshing lemonades, tasty hot and cold beverages and cocktails.
Instructions for use: To prepare home-made drinks, dilute the syrup 1:10 preferably with fine water; for a hot drink, dilute 1:8.
Ingredients: sugar, blackcurrant concentrate (Ribes nigrum L., 13 %), blackcurrant pulp (Ribes nigrum L., 6 %), acidifier: citric acid, preservative: potassium sorbate, flavouring.
Store in a cool and dark place. Fruit extracts may settle. Any cloudiness or foaming is not a concern as it highlights the naturalness of the product. Shake well before use. Refrigerate after opening and use within 30 days. Packed in a protective atmosphere.
Nutritional information: 100 ml contains: energy 1343 kJ / 316 kcal, fats < 0.5 g (of which saturated fatty acids < 0.1 g), carbohydrates 79 g (of which sugars 79 g), protein < 0.5 g, salt < 0.01 g.
Recipes from Kitl Blackcurrant syrup:
Kitl Syrob Blackcurrant, soda and melon cut into cubes.
Blackcurrant ice cream
Mix the blackcurrant syrup with cream and leave it to freeze. Serve in small porcelain bowls after a good meal.
Blackcurrant has been cultivated since the 11th century in the Russian monastery gardens and came to Europe in the late 17th century.
Try mixing 4 cl of quality vodka, 4 cl Kitl Syrob Blackcurrant, ice scrub and soda. Cheers!
Recipes from Kitl Blackcurrant Syrup
Kir Royal The famous cocktail Kir Royal comes from France. It is soft, alcoholic and very refreshing. Ingredients: 1 cl Kitl Syrob Black currant 15 cl chilled André Brut Procedure: Pour the bottom of the sparkling wine glass with the blackcurrant Syrob Kitl. Add chilled sparkling wine (e.g. André Brut) or champagne up to 15 cl into the glass. Mix it lightly and you get a very refreshing and delicious drink.Read more
Recipe for Summer pleasure coctail Ingredients: 1 small shot of Kitl Syrob Black currant 1 small shot of quality Gin Tonic Ice cubes Few black currant berries Procedure: Put the ice cubes in the glass, pour it with Kitl Black currant syrup and add Gin. Refill the rest of the glass with a cold Tonic. Use a few black currant berries to decorate.Read more
Recipe for home-made black currant lemonade Ingredients: Kitl Syrob Black currant chilled soda ice black currant berries for decoration Procedure: Pour Kitl Black currant syrup into a glass full of ice. Add black currant berries and pour soda. (The ideal is to dilute the syrup at 1:10.) Mix it carefully and serve.Read more
Ingredients: 30 ml of Kitl Blackcurrant Syrob Cloves Cinnamon bark Blackcurrants (frozen or fresh) Hot water Steps: Place all ingredients into a glass mug (oven safe), pour over with hot water and serve. More about Kitl Blackcurrant syrup in section Products .Read more
We created a recipe for a classic gin & tonic with a blackcurrant twist. You will be surprised by its great fresh taste. Ingredients: 1 shot of Kitl Blackcurrant Syrob Tonic 1 Gin shot Steps: Place crushed ice at the bottom of a G&T glass, add a shot of Kitl blackcurrant syrup and a shot of gin. Add fresh lemon juice and pour chilled tonic over. Garnish with a lemon slice. This recipe was created in cooperation with...Read more
Try out our recipe for a refreshing untraditional blackcurrant lemonade. The combination with watermelon and lemon thyme makes this home-made lemonade a perfect summer refreshment. Ingredients: Kitl Blackcurrant Syrob Watermelon A lemon thyme twig Soda Steps: Pour Kitl blackcurrant syrup in a tall glass and add the soda (alternatively still water). Add diced watermelon that perfectly complements the distinct taste of blackcurrant....Read more