Kitl Mint Syrup 5 l
Kitl Mint Syrup 5 l
Excellent dense syrup from fresh mint leaves, grown in organic quality. Packaged in a 5-liter gastronomy bag-in-box.
Kitl Mint Syrup 5 l
Kitl Mint Syrup is prepared from fresh leaves of organic quality mint, which are then macerated in cold water. By using organic quality mint, unwanted chemicals from conventional agriculture will not get into the finished syrup. The specific flavor of our Mint syrup is caused by the use of mint moss - better known as spearmint. Thanks to the friendly production process, our syrup is rich in healthy, aromatic and flavorful substances.
Ingredients: sugar, aqueous macerate of fresh spearmint (Mentha spicata L., 10 %), mint extract, green tea extract, vitamin C, acidifier: citric acid, preservative: potassium sorbate, natural mint flavouring.
Dosage: For the preparation of home-made lemonades, do the best with 1:10 quality water, for the preparation of hot drinks in a ratio of 1:8.
Store in cool and dark. Herbal extracts can sediment, any turbidity or foam is not a defect and underline the natural nature of the product. Shake before using. Once opened, keep it cool and consume within 30 days. Packaged in a nitrogen atmosphere.
Information for diabetics: The product is available in limited quantities and, after consultation with a physician, can be used in diabetics of the first and second type but must be counted in daily energy intake.
Product contains in 100 ml: energy value 1445 kJ / 340 kcal, fat < 0.5 g, of which saturates < 0.1 g, carbohydrate 85 g, of which sugars 85 g, protein < 0.5 g, salt < 0.01 g, vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 20 mg (25 %*).
* reference intakes.
There are many mint cultivars, we distinguish them up to several dozen. Some of them can be found naturally in the wild, but mint is a favorite plant for growing on flowerbeds or in pots. Perhaps the most famous mint is peppermint. It originated in the beginning of the 17th century in England.
Mint is one of the oldest medicinal herbs. Its leaves contain up to 2.5% of essential oils, the main active ingredient is carvone. Mint stimulates the activity of the intestines, the stomach and the gall bladder, it is used in the absence of appetite. It dampens and removes convulsions, especially in the digestive tract. It alleviates flatulence, acts disinfectively and encourages excretion of digestive juices, especially bile.
Recipes from Kitl Mint Syrup 5 l
Recipe for non-alcoholic Mojito Kitl Ingredients: Kitl Mint Syrob Soda Fresh mint Lemon and lime Preparation process: Cut the lemon and lime into larger pieces. Add them into a big glass and crush them gently to make the juice. Add fresh mint, ice and Kitl Mint Syrob. Big shot of Kitl Mint Syrob is enough for making half a liter Mojito. Pour soda, mix well and serve. If you like Mojito and you do not always have a cane sugar...Read more
Lime and Kitl Mint syrup cake (Servings for 6.) Ingredients: 1 pack of butter biscuits 70 g melted butter, 1 of sweetened condensed milk 20 ml lime juice 100 ml of Kitl Syrup (Mint) 2x150ml of cream zest of one lime vanilla aroma or vanilla sugar Preparation: Step1: crush butter cookies with roller or in a blender and mix together with melted butter into a coherent mass. Bake at 180 ° C for 7-8 minutes, until the base is lightly browned....Read more
Recipe for homemade mint-raspberry smoothie Ingredients: 150 g of fresh or frozen raspberries 200 ml of milk 1 banana 1 little shot of Kitl Mint Syrup Procedure: Mix all ingredients together thoroughly. For dilution, add a little water or milk. Decorate with a few raspberries and mint leaves.Read more
Recipe for Mint cheesecake Mojito by Kitl Try a light refreshing mint cheesecake from Kitl. Your friends, children and relatives are sure to please ;) Ingredients for body: 150 g butter biscuits 80 g butter Ingredients for filling: 250 g Mascarpone 500 g cottage cheese (from the tray) 2x Whipping cream (33 %) 3 limes Kitl Mint Syrup 1 gelatine cold reinforcement Procedure: To make the corpus, first mix the biscuits. Then add the...Read more
Recipe for Mint tartlets Ingredients for tartlet dough: 90 g softened butter 75 g of semolina sugar pinch of salt 1 small egg lemon peel 190 g plain flour Procedure: Whisk the butter together with the sugar, lemon peel and egg just to combine the ingredients. Then add the flour and salt and whisk for a while to make a crumb. Place the resulting mass on a lightly floured surface and process it into a compact dough. Wrap the finished dough and let it...Read more