September’s Flavor of The Month is Cherry: sweet, tart, and grows in a variety of different types. While sweet cherries are grown in California, Washington and Oregon, tart cherries are found in the Midwest Region. Sweet cherries are most enjoyed as a snack whereas tart cherries are more suitable for baking. Many people may not know it, but a cherry tree can produce up to 7,000 cherries and only takes about 7 seconds to harvest, all thanks to today’s advanced machinery. Experience clean label Monin Cherry flavors in culinary creations, cocktails, mocktails, smoothies and more.
August’s Flavor of The Month is Passion Fruit: sweet, tangy and tropical. Passion Fruit is native to Brazil and grows both sweet and sour varieties. Passion Fruit most commonly comes in purple and yellow colors. The purple variation is both smaller and sweeter than the yellow and are most common in the US, whereas yellow passion fruit are found in Brazil. Mix passion fruit with other Monin flavors like mango, pineapple or strawberry for a tropical twisted creation. Experience authentic Monin Passion Fruit flavor in sauces, cocktails, lemonades, smoothies and more!
July’s Flavor of The Month is Guava: juicy, bold, exotic. Native to tropical and sub-tropical regions, it’s no secret that guava can add an island-inspired twist to any beverage or culinary creation. This delicious fruit also contains an abundance of vitamins and minerals, earning itself the label of “super fruit”. People enjoy guava in a variety of ways – consumed raw, pressed into a jam or glaze, or even blended into a fruit smoothie. Now, you can taste the tropics any time with Monin’s clean label guava flavors, perfect for flavoring lemonades, teas, margaritas, smoothies and more.
June’s flavor of the month is blackberry: sweet, tart, juicy. Like other berries, the blackberry has many health benefits and is even considered a superfood. Their signature dark bluish-purple color is the perfect cue that the fruit is bursting with antioxidants. Also known as brambleberries, blackberries can be served in a variety of ways; freshly-picked off the stem, pressed into a jam and spread on toast, or baked into a blackberry pie – just to name a few! Try mixing one of our delicious blackberry flavorings into lemonade or tea, or use to create a “berry” delightful handcrafted coffee or cocktail.
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