Pure sugar syrup made from concentrated blackberry juice.
The blackberry, an edible fruit from the common bramble, grows spontaneously throughout Europe and many regions of the world, but Mexico is the world's leading producer. Used in naturopathy and sometimes as a tincture, blackberries are widely used in food. In jam, jelly or dessert. Its use in the manufacture of drinks, liqueurs or syrups is mentioned in the London Pharmacopoeia as early as 1696.
Sugar, water, natural flavouring, concentrated blackberry juice, natural blackberry flavouring with other natural flavourings.
Pour 100 ml : Energie : 337 kcal / 1432 kJ - Fats : 0 g - Saturated fatty acids : 0 g - Carbohydrates : 82 g - Sugars : 81 g - Proteins : 0 g - Salt : 0 g .
Equivalence in blackberry juice used: 17% minimum.
- Store in a dry, clean and cool place (maximum 25°C)
Dilute with water or sparkling water.
In cocktails, mocktails, lemonade, fizzy drinks, smoothies.