MONIN Pink Grapefruit syrup

Origin

A hugely popular summer flavour in France, where it is mixed with crisp, chilled rosé wine, MONIN Pink Grapefruit syrup is used to make the top-selling summer drink French Rosé. Called the 'forbidden fruit', the grapefruit tree is a citrus tree ' a hybrid of the pomelo and sweet orange - first grown in Barbados in the 18th century.


The flesh of the grapefruit varies in hue from white to soft pink to ruby red with the flavour varying relatively to the colour and variety from acidic and sour to sweet and tart.

The balanced sweet sour flavour of pink grapefruit works well in both savoury and sweet salads, combined with ingredients such as coriander, chilli, other citrus fruit, shellfish, and salad leaves. It also makes refreshing mousses, sorbets and jellies.

You'll be tickled pink with the sweet sour, fragrant flavour of MONIN Pink Grapefruit syrup, which will make uplifting summer cooler cocktails, punches, smoothies and teas.

Colour

Bright and cloudy pink-red

Tasting notes

Subtle smell of fresh pink grapefruit with notes of grapefruit peel and flower. Sweet and juicy taste, refreshing harmony between bitterness and acidity of pink grapefruit.

Beverage Innovation Directors tips

MONIN Pink Grapefruit syrup will allow you to create incomparable drinks such as muddles, martinis, fruit punches, teas and many more. As soon as you'll taste it, you will simply love it, and recipes will come through. One of my favourite uses is muddled drinks. When using citrus fruits, it really enhances the juicy taste of MONIN Pink Grapefruit syrup.

Application

Smoothies
Martinis
Fruit cocktails
Fruit punches
Teas