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Lime Italian Soda Syrup

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To make the world a better place to live in, we all must do our part and try our best to live ethically, engage in civic participation and promote the values that we believe in. This is why more and more of us choose to support a charity, in one way or another. Whether your cause is fighting global warming, promoting healthy food in schools, supporting girls' education in the 3rd World or your local no-kill animal shelter, it constantly needs your support to help it raise the funds it needs to keep supporting all those projects you believe in; and in a world where the sum of money needed to put all the world's destitute children through one year of education is less than 10% of what the world spends yearly on weapons- all the most. One easy, fun and effective ways to raise money for your charity is by having a bake and lemonade sale at your school or university, your local church, or at a festival or street fair. To help you with preparing the delicious goodies and refreshments that will raise you money for good causes, we've got something for you: our Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup; the perfect mixer for still or sparkling water, lemonade or slushies. You can also use it for the baked goods themselves- for example, you can use Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup instead of sugar for the lemon meringue pie filling or add a dash of it to shortbread batter; then flavour it with grated lemon zest and a little bit of lavender. And because we've got a catalogue full of goodies- there are plenty that you can pick from and be inspired for your next culinary creation. How about brownies with some Mint Syrup mixed in the glaze? A Lychee Snow Cone Syrup slushie? Or maybe jam tarts drizzled with Peanut Butter Syrup ? Supporting charity never was so sweet! (Also, doesn't your charity bake sale team happen to need some volunteer tasters? Just asking...).
While you take a little break from planning your fundraiser party, here's a fun fact about limes: since the link between a lack of Vitamin C in sailors and the occurrence of scurvy has been identified in the 18th century by a Scottish surgeon named Sir James Lind, over 1.6 million gallons of lime juice were used to save the mariners' lives. British sailors received a daily ratio of lime juice- hence the British slang term limey, meaning sailor; but also one of rum. While no actual evidence points towards this, we're taking a wild guess that a sailor on one of those long lonely trips may have invented the lime daiquiri. Oh, and by the way... you can make your own delicious daiquiris using Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup. You most likely won't be able to sell them at your bake sale, because that requires a liquor licence- unless you make it alcohol free. (Case in which we've got some lovely rum flavoured syrups and cocktail substitutes in stores; be sure to check them out), But after it's all over, why not reward yourself and the volunteers who helped make it happen with a Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup daiquiri?
Daily Uses
The simplest and most classic way to enjoy Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup is simply with a glass of cold water, still or sparkling, served with ice cubes or frozen together to make a refreshing granita. By adding the juice of cherries, cranberries, strawberries or pomegranate you can make pink lemonade; or you could add fresh chopped mint to the pitcher of Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup to make a mint cooler. Another popular combination is Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup and apple juice, garnished with fresh slices of lime. Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup is also a very popular flavouring for various kinds of ice creams and sorbets; try mixing it with Greek full-fat yoghurt and the grated peel of one lemon or orange for a refreshing ice cream or with heavy cream and egg yolks for a creamier-one. With Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup and a dash of orange blossom water, you can make a fragrant and delightful sorbet. What's eve better for your goodies- you can combine our Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup with other syrups that we've got in store, to create your own unique flavourings- why not try it with Passion Fruit Snow Cone Syrup ?
Health Benefits
Kudos to you for being a caring person who hosts bake sales for charitable causes! Knowing that to practice kindness in the world means being good to yourself as well, we have created our Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup as a product; which means better for you and better for the environment. Made following a simple, traditional recipe which calls for citrus juice to give you plenty of Vitamin C to protect and rejuvenate your body, flavourings extracted only from natural ingredients that you could have picked in an orchard yourself only, and absolutely no artificial colours, preservatives or other shady additives, it is as close to freshly picked fruits as it gets. So why not take a good resolution for your health and give up artificially flavoured lemonade by replacing it with Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup? Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup , Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup vitamin C, Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup mixed drinks, Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup ice cream
How to Make Recipes
Recipe for Orange Blossom and Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup Would you like to know how to make a delicious treat using Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup? Below you'll find a wonderful recipe just for that. Of course, you are more than welcome to send us your recipes using Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup
Orange Blossom and Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup
1 cup Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup
2 cups water
1 tablespoon orange blossom water
The juice of one grapefruit
1 egg white, lightly beaten
Preparation of Orange Blossom and Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup Combine the Natures Flavors and Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup, water, orange flower water, and grapefruit juice in a large bowl. Let it chill for at least one hour. Pour the mixture into your ice cream machine and, after 5 minutes, add the lightly beaten egg white. Continue to run the machine for about 25 minutes. Scrape the sorbet into a freezer container, press a piece of waxed paper onto the top of the sorbet, and cover with a lid. Freeze for a few hours, then serve and enjoy! Liked this recipe, have a look at Peach Syrup Hope you liked our Orange Blossom and Lime Flavored Italian Soda Syrup recipe. 
Ingredients ListCane Sugar, Water, Natural Flavors, Citric Acid, and Natural Colors

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