Rose - Giffard Syrup (1,0l)For getting 1l rosewater, you need 3000 to 5000kg rose petals. They use a special kind of roses which are rich in oil. It is cultivated commonly in Bulgaria. Even Giffard Rose syrup is produced in an equal way: the maceration. At this
juncture the maceration process extracts oil. Wheather syrup or rosewater you get a natural taste and flavour with this processing.<br>
Since ages is the rosewater a noble luxury product by wealthy people. They poured
it in coffee, water and sweeties. Marzipan contains inter alia rosewater. This sweetie is well known since thousand years. Its original name is "Mataban" which is a short cut. The real name is "Mauthaban" and it terms a Byzantine coin.<br>
Just mix an exclusive and luxury cocktail with Giffard Rose syrup. Enjoy this fine and light rose flavour.
2cl Roses syrup<br>
<b>Ingredients:</b> sugar syrup, water, natural rose flavouring and other natural flavourings, colouring agent: allura red AC (E129)<br>
<b>Safety information:</b> E129: may have an adverse effect on activity and attention in children<br>
<b>Average nutritional value per 100ml:</b><br>
Fat: 0g, saturated fat: 0g<br>
Carbohydrates: 76,8g, sugar: 76,8g<br>
<b>Responsible food company:</b><br> GIFFARD & CIE; Chemin du Bocage; Za la Violette; 49241 Avrillé (Angers); France<br>1262-353180293502003NewConditionhttps://www.barstuff.com/rose-giffard-syrup-1-0l.htmlGiffardhttps://www.barstuff.com/images/catalog/product/pds/rose_sirup_100cl.jpg€8.312020-07-14T08:40:12+02:00
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