MONIN Osmanthus syrup - Asia Pac & MEI only

Origin

Osmanthus, a flower native to Asia, has been cultivated for around 2,500 years in China.  Guilin, which means “forest of osmanthus” is a city in China named after the many osmanthus trees that grow there. In Chinese culture, this small white flower is widely used, mostly as a flavouring for teas, wine, and sweets but also known as an ingredient in herbal medicine.
MONIN Osmanthus syrup has a harmonious floral perfume with sweet delicate honey notes. Combined with teas, lemonades or even used to flavoured classic cocktails, this syrup will add a light and refreshing touch to any of your crafted drinks.

Colour

Light yellow

Nose

Sweet floral notes

Attack

Delicate osmanthus flower

Length in mouth

Balanced honey and flower after taste  


Beverage Innovation Director's Tip

MONIN Osmanthus syrup imparts aroma and sweetness to any cocktail recipe. It’s the Asian touch I like to share in my creations! With its honey flower notes, it gives a unique flavour to cocktails, mocktails or even coffee and tea applications. I particularly like using MONIN Osmanthus syrup to flavour afternoon lemonades or in a Moscow Mule during parties.

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