Primarily developed to make the famous Pina Colada cocktail, MONIN Pineapple syrup delivers the pure, sweet fruit taste of pineapple, which is thought to originate from South America.
So-called because of its resemblance to a pine cone, its spiky skin protects aromatic, juicy, sweet-sour golden flesh which is eaten fresh, cooked, juiced or preserved. It is used in a wide array of cuisines, notably in salsas, Asian sweet and sour sauces and as a pizza topping, as well as in yogurt, jam, sweets and ice cream. ‘Pineapple upside-down cake’ is a popular British pudding dish.
MONIN Pineapple’s pure pineapple flavour will give a tropical accent to smoothies, cocktails, fruit punches and sodas.
Nose: Fresh pineapple
Attack: Juicy and fresh taste of pineapple
Length in Mouth: Fruity with acidulated note
Beverage Innovation Directors tips
With its true tropical taste MONIN Pineapple syrup brings you the opportunity to create many different kinds of recipes. One of my favourite uses is to mix it with MONIN Spicy syrup in a martini cocktail, in order to get a smooth and slightly spicy cocktail.
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