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MONIN Orange syrup
It all started with orange' MONIN Orange syrup was the very first syrup flavour to be launched as part of the citrus range of flavours,
Probably a hybrid of the pomelo and mandarin, originating from ancient China, Orange is one of the most widely loved fruits for its sweet, tart, juicy flavour and fresh aroma, Like most citrus fruit, it is best eaten fresh or juiced,
Orange flavoured products include marmalade, which is usually made with Seville oranges, and orange blossom honey, The zest is commonly used in cooking and baking, as it goes particularly well with duck and chocolate,
A sweet, acidic syrup MONIN Orange is best used to make non-milk based drinks such as refreshing, zesty sodas, cocktails and teas,
Slightly cloudy gold
Sugar, water, acid: citric acid, concentrated orange and lemon juice, natural orange flavouring, colours: E161b, E163, emulsifiers: acacia gum, E445. Total fruit juice: 13%, including 7% orange juice.
Nutrition Facts per 100 ml:Energy: 293 kcal / 1225 kJ; Fat: 0 g, of which saturates: 0 g; Carbohydrate: 70.9 g, of which sugars: 70.8 g; Fibers: 0 g; Protein: 0 g; Sodium: 11 mg; Salt: 0.03 g.
Sodas & Lemonades, Syrup with water
|Tasting notes||Orange peel smell, candied orange taste|
|MONIN Bartender Tips||As MONIN Orange is an acidic syrup you can't steam it with milk, it would curdle. You can however combine it with a dash of cranberry and grapefruit juice in a vodka martini.|