Kitl Syrob Rose flower

Kitl Syrob Rose flower

An excellent refreshing syrup made using the world's unique Czech technology of natural preservation using essential oils from rose petals. Without preservatives.

It smells beautiful and thanks to its unique composition, a full and intense taste is achieved.

Kitl Syrob Rose flower is suitable for the preparation of home-made refreshing lemonades and for flavoring alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and cocktails.

Category: Kitl Syrob , Popular product
IN STOCK
129 CZK
258 CZK / 1 l

Description

Flowers and especially roses can please almost every woman. They are called queens of flowers. But did you know that there is a rose that you can drink too? Try to create a drink with the rose flower syrup for your partner. Recipes for unique cocktails, drinks and homemade Kitl Rose flower syrup lemonades can be found in the Recipes section.

 

Rose flower

Roses have a history as old as humanity itself. They are queens of flowers. According to ancient myths, the first roses grew out the goddess Aphrodite’s blood as she mourned the dying Adonis. Roses used to be symbols of life and war impermanence, they often appeared in the crests of noblemen who also liked growing them. Nowadays, roses are mainly flowers of love, charm, youth, joy or femininity. In the speech of flowers, giving roses means expressing love or friendship. Red rose signifies love and passion, white rose is a symbol of innocence and fidelity and pink rose represents romantic gentle love. Roses have been very popular for their essential oils since the ancient Orient. Rose petals are edible and have been used in cuisine, cosmetics and folk healing for a very long time.

 

A new preservation technology called Pavelace, developed by Czech scientists of the Crop Research Institute and doc. Ing. R. Pavela, Ph.D., holder of the award "Czech Head", was used for the Kitl Rose flower syrup production.

 

Instructions for use: To prepare homemade drinks, dilute the syrup preferably with fine water in a 1:10 ratio.

Ingredients: sugar, ginger juice * (Zingiber officinale L.), concentrated grape juice, rose flower extract (Rosa centifolia L. 1%), acidifier: citric acid, carrot and hibiscus concentrate, essential oil from damask rose (Rosa damascena Mill.).

* from organic farming

Store in a cool and dark place. Any cloudiness or froth does not affect product quality and underlines the natural character of the product. Shake well before use. Refrigerate after opening and use within 14 days. Packaged in a protective atmosphere.

Nutritional information: 100 ml contains: energy 1497 kJ / 356 kcal; fats <0.5 g (of which saturated fatty acids <0.1 g), carbohydrates 88 g (of which sugars 88 g), proteins <0.5 g, salt <0.01 g.

 

Recycle our bottles please. All you have to do is throw them in a stained glass container. According to the glassworks, it is really not necessary to remove the label nor the cap from the bottle. They can handle the packaging without any problems. 

You can learn more about how to recycle our Kitl bottles in the article in the Magazine section.

Recipes from Kitl Syrob Rose flower

Rose home-made lemonade

Rose home-made lemonade

A few drops of the fragrant rose flower syrup will turn your drink into an unexpected experience. Indulge in an unconventional taste and aroma. Ingredients: Kitl Syrob Rose flower  (40 ml) Chilled sparkling water Ice (full glass) Ginger root slice Fresh mint for garnish Steps: Fill a large glass (370 ml) with ice, pour in 40 ml of Kitl Syrob Rose flower  and top up with chilled soda water. Garnish with ginger root slice and...

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Rose bubbles

Rose bubbles

An extraordinary taste for an extraordinary moment. That’s exactly this mixed drink, not only for the Valentine’s day. Turn your favourite beverage into an unexpected experience.   Ingredients: Kitl Syrob Rose flower  (20 ml) Dry sparkling wine or Prosecco (100 ml) Strawberries Steps: Pour 20 ml of Kitl Syrob Rose flower  into a champagne glass and add dry sparkling wine in a 1:5 ratio. Stir carefully. Garnish with strawberries.

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