MONIN Lime syrup
Known as 'the lemon of South America', limes are small green-yellow fruit with sour, acidic pulp, generally smaller and less sour than lemons,
The top-five lime producing countries are India, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil and Spain, A staple of Mexican, Thai and Vietnamese cooking and typical of Persian, Iraqi and Indian cuisine, limes are used for both the acidity of the juice and floral aroma of the rind, Ceviche (the cooking of raw fish in lime juice), lime pickle, marmalade and sorbet are all popular uses,
Many classic cocktails such as Gin and Tonic, Caipirinha, Margarita, Mojito and Cuba Libre have the tart, aromatic flavour of lime,
Recreate a classic cocktail or conjure a new inspiration with a South American vibe with the sweet acidic taste of MONIN Lime syrup,
Yellow with green glints,
Sugar, water, acid: citric acid, concentrated lime and lemon juice, natural lemon-lime flavouring, emulsifiers: acacia gum, E445, colours: E161b, E133. Total fruit juice: 20%, including 12% lime juice. Contains sulphites.
Nutrition Facts per 100 ml:
Energy: 258 kcal / 1079 kJ; Fat: 0 g, of which saturates: 0 g; Carbohydrate: 61.5 g, of which sugars: 61.2 g; Fibers: 0 g; Protein: 0 g; Sodium: 10.9 mg; Salt: 0.03 g.
18-36 months before opening and 3 months after opening in a clean, dry and cool place.
Approx. dilution guidance:
Cocktails, Iced teas , Sodas & Lemonades, Virgin Cocktails
|Tasting notes||Strong nose of lime peel, sweet and acidic taste, a bit tart.|
|MONIN Bartender Tips||One of the best uses of MONIN Lime syrup for me is to combine it in a margarita cocktail. Its strong lime peel taste is absolutely perfect for this application.|