Kitl Ginger Syrup
Kitl Ginger Syrup
An excellent, thick syrup made from the freshly pressed juice of organic ginger roots. Quality ingredients combined with careful production processes result in a rich ginger syrup that’s tasty and aromatic, and beneficial to health, too.
Ideal for preparing refreshing home-made drinks. Mix with hot water and garnish with a slice of orange and a stick of cinnamon to make a comforting hot drink.
Manufactured from fresh, cold, hand-pressed organic ginger root. Pressing yields a yellow, oily and highly pungent juice, which is thickened with sugar. Kitl Ginger Syrup is not only tasty, it’s packed with health benefits, too!
Where does the ginger that we process comes from?
Ginger from the last few batches we brought from Peru. This Peruvian organic ginger is smaller than the commonly available Asian ginger but it has a more intense color and a more pronounced flavor. Thanks to this, our Ginger syrup has its typical taste.
Instructions for use: To prepare home-made soft drinks, dilute the syrup 1:10 with fine water; for a hot drink in a radio of 1:8.
Store in a cool and dark place. Herbal 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. Packaged in a protective atmosphere.
Ingredients: sugar, fresh ginger juice* (Zingiber officinale L., 10%), ginger extract, vitamin C, acidifier: citric acid, preservative: potassium sorbate, natural flavouring.
*from organic farming
Nutritional information: 100 ml contains: energy 1496 kJ/352 kcal, fats < 0.5 g (of which saturates < 0.1 g), carbohydrate 88 g (of which sugars 88 g), protein < 0.5 g, salt < 0.01 g, vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 20 mg (25% NRV*).
* reference intakes
Ginger originates in southern China and India, but it was also widely spread in Europe in the late antiquity. The merchant ships brought it to Greece and Italy, from where the Roman soldiers carried it over the Alps to the territory of Bohemia and Moravia. The Latin name of the ginger is zingiber; for the Greeks the plant was called zingíberis. The Arabs used the term gingebil, which is derived from the word gingi, as the Arabs called India. Notice how the ginger names copy the ancient business trails!
In folk healing, ginger helps with colds and coughs. In traditional Chinese medicine it also relieves stomach upsets and improves digestion. Scientifically recognized is the usage of ginger for functional disorders of the digestive tract and for the treatment of symptoms of travel sickness (eg on an aircraft or on a ship).
Recipes from Kitl Ginger Syrup
Autumn is clearly also a period of flu and colds. We have prepared for you a hot drink recipe that will surely benefit you. Recipe for hot ginger drink Ingredients: Kitl Ginger syrup freshly cutted elderflowers (out-of-season you can use the Kitl Elderflower syrup ) slices of lemon and slices of fresh ginger Procedure: Pour a ginger syrup into a cup or hot drink glass. Add freshly cutted elderflowers. If it is already after harvesting, you can...Read more
Recipe for Christmas hot ginger drink This drink will warm you up. It smells beautiful of ginger and cinnamon. Preparation is really fast and it tastes delicious. Try it! Ingredients: 20 ml Kitl Ginger syrup a slice of orange cinnamon (about 2 cm of whole cinnamon) Hot water Procedure: Add a cinnamon and orange to the 0.2 liter glass. Add 20 ml of Kitl Ginger syrup and pour hot water. Note: For hot beverages Kitl sirups is ideally diluted in a...Read more
This hot drink recipe is great for ginger and cinnamon scent lovers. Try it! Recipe for hot Ginger-Spruce drink Ingredients: 1 liter of water 2 medium sized apples 10 pieces of cloves 2 pieces of whole cinnamon 1-2 tablespoons of Kitl Ginger Syrup 1-2 tablespoons of Kitl Spruce Organic Procedure: Cut two apples into thick slices and cook them in the water with cloves and cinnamon for about 5 minutes. Allow to cool slightly. Add the Ginger...Read more
Hot Ginger drink recipe Ingredients: Kitl Ginger Syrob Fresh ginger Hot water Slice of lemon Preparation process: Pour Kitl Ginger Syrob into the glass, add slices of fresh ginger and pour hot water at a ratio of 1: 8. You can add a slice of lemon. Hot ginger is great especially in winter when we are ill. But of course, you can drink it at any other time in the year if you want to warm up your body and soul.Read more
Recipe for Ginger Kitl with Bacardi Black Ingredients: Ginger syrup Kitl Cold soda Bacardi Black Ice For decoration: mint, slices of ginger, slices of lime Procedure: Pour Kitl Ginger Syrup (ideal 1:10 dilution) into a high serving glass. Add ice and pour chilled soda. Finally, add a shot of Bacardi Black. Decorate with mint and a few slices of ginger and lime. Thanks to the Prague Restaurant LokalBlok for the recipe....Read more
Daniel Honzig, representative of the Czech Republic in acrobatic skiing - bulge, has prepared for you an original family recipe for hot ginger drink to warm you up. Ingredients: Hot water approx. 200 ml (allow to cool for a while after boiling) Kitl Ginger Syrup 1 shot of plum brandy Lemon or lime (amount according to your taste) Honey Procedure: Leave about 200 ml of boiled water to cool for a while. Add Kitl Ginger Syrup and quality plum brandy...Read more
Recipe for uncooked ginger cheesecake Kitl Caramel and ginger, this is an unconventional combination of taste in Kitl's ginger dessert. Ingredients: 200 g mascarpone 150 g of caramel biscuits 50 g of melted butter 250 g of cream cheese 250 ml whipped cream 130 g of powdered sugar Half lemon juice half lemon peel 50 ml Kitl Ginger Syrup Procedure: Mix the caramel biscuits into the powder (in the blender) and mix them with melted butter....Read more
Recipe for ginger cookies Kitl Ingredients: 150 g of spelled flour 100 g of wholegrain spelled flour 1 egg 40 g chocolate with min. 70% cocoa 2 teaspoons of grated fresh ginger 1 teaspoon of baking powder 70 g of coconut oil 5 tablespoons Kitl Ginger syrup 2 teaspoons of dried lavender flowers Procedure: In a pot, slowly dissolve the coconut oil, then add Kitl Ginger Syrup . Mix everything and it let cool. Pour baking powder, ginger,...Read more