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Sage & Caramel Syrup by Dinapoja 250ml

This balanced syrup aroma bouquet bundles the strong aroma of sage with the sweetness of caramel and enriches desserts and drinks.
Gross Weight: 0,8 Kg

Availability: In stock


€9,70 9.70
Dinapoja

Description

This balanced syrup aroma bouquet bundles the strong aroma of sage with the sweetness of caramel and offers many possibilities.

Traditional old times medicine recognizes the anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties of sage making it a therapeutic herb. Try this syryp with hot water for sore throat relief.

The sweetness of this syryp enriches desserts and drinks. Dilute it with cold  water to make tasty refreshments.

In the Mediterranean cuisine, it is used in fruit salads, yogurt,  ice cream and many other desserts as a sweet note topping. For spicy recipes, it is used as a sweetener for dressings, pork marinades, caramel carots or with cheese.

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Syrup has been used since the very old times in medicine as a mean to transfer the salutary nutrition of vegetables and herbs. The specific syrup is composed of concentrated essence and aroma based upon a sweet flavor. Sometimes fruity, sometimes floral, sometimes sharp tasting.

Syrups are used diluted 1:5 to 1:8 as beverages with water or soda or mineral water, in lemonades, during the winter with hot water or with the tea, with Champaign or white wine, in Cocktails. No undiluted (as it is), cooking sweet and sour (glaze roast or vegetables, in salads), color and essence in whipped cream and yogurt, in deserts, fruit salads, ice creams, as medicine: Local medicine accredits in many flowers and blossoms curative attributes. Plantain can be very helpful in cough, mint is digestive and also reduces the symptoms of common cold, Hibiscus is consumed to increase the tinkle, helps the metabolism and is also used for the relief from heat.
 

The producer

Dinapoja

Dinapoya's cottage industry started as a hobby. Katie Dinapoya's love for nature, fruits, herbs and flowers was the reason. Friends and neighbors offered the fruits from their gardens. Myrtles are growing on their gullies and the local mountains generously provide a big selection of aromatic herbs. Mrs Katie, being an organic farmer for many years, could not resist the colors, flavors and aromas of the Cretan land. So she started experimenting by collecting flowers, herbs and fruits, which she processed to offer in a glass.

In other words, she started making liqueurs, syrups, and in the meantime she flavored sugar and made it sweet, sometimes fragrant and sometimes spicy! Initially, for personal use. Later, to please her friends. However, the great acceptance of her preparations quickly nurtured the ambition of creating homemade products that did not exist in the market till then. Today Dinapoja products are available for all of you who are seeking for something different and special, a unique experience in the world of taste.

Recipe

Dinapoja syryp based natural refeshment

Add 1 part of your favorite syryp Dinapoja
and 5 parts cold water (natural or carbonated)
 

Stir well and serve on ice.