New Signature Syrups Add Exceptional Flavors, Marvelous Aroma and Unrivaled Taste to Beverages
Chicago, IL (RestaurantNews.com) Maison Routin’s 1883, known for its range of gourmet syrups imported from the French Alps, launched three distinctly delicious flavored beverage syrups for cocktails and hot drinks. The new premium flavors range in scope from spicy to sweet, including, Red Pepper, Madeleine and Apricot.
Maison Routin’s 1883 premium syrups contain no preservatives and are made using pure water from the French Alps. Each syrup is developed by highly specialized aromatic experts that glorify every flavor and preserve the integrity of each aroma. Maison Routin continuously incorporates the best ingredients and authentic flavors giving each creation a uniquely rich taste. Maison Routin’s 1883 premium syrups blend well into coffees, teas, drinks, cocktails, sodas, beers and granitas.
The new products include:
1883 Red Pepper – 1883 shows how flamboyant they can get with their newest Red Pepper syrup. The spicy kick showcases the finesse and subtle taste of red pepper. It’s unique, yet enticing aroma, makes for a harmonious sun-ripened fusion. The syrup mixes remarkably with Vodka, Gin and Tequila or tea.
1883 Madeleine – A perfect syrup for a simmering hot day. 1883 Madeleine provides a warm, sensual, French touch with the taste of buttery and vanilla notes. The syrup goes hand in hand with milk, hot drinks and cocktails, which will bring out the full taste of this French treat.
1883 Apricot – When life gives you apricots, make syrup! Just like biting into an apricot itself or spreading on fresh jam, the delicious taste of ripe fruit, along with a touch of sweetness conveys the flavors of perfectly ripened apricots. 1883 Apricot is a talented partner for water, tea, white or rosé wine or beer.
Maison Routin 1883’s new products are available at select distributors, restaurants, coffee houses and retailers nationwide.
For more than 130 years, Maison Routin has relentlessly strived to demonstrate its expertise in the field of beverage flavoring. Made in Chambéry, in the heart of the Alps, 1883 syrups come in a wide range and are distributed in more than 75 countries. The brand is a recognized expert in upscale flavoring, serving professionals across the world.
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