When it's the beginning of summer and your wanderlust is calling you towards unknown horizons, how about boarding a cruise ship? Maybe you and your sweety are honeymooners, or maybe you're single and hoping to find love among your journey; maybe you're 25 and going with your best friend, maybe you're 60 and going with your husband of 40 years. Maybe it's for a week and winding out a bit in a sunny place, or maybe you're going around the world. The cruise fad began in mid-19th Century, with Henry David Thoreau's book Canoeing in Wilderness, the first ever to detail not just the purely practical, but the spiritual and lifestlye aspects of boating. Soon followed the voyages of adventurer Joshua Slocum, sailing aboard the Spray, a formerly derelict sloop he rebuilt himself. At about the same time, in 1881, the English ship Ceylon made the first real cruise in history. By the time World War I rolled around, cruises for the rich and those seeking thrills started to be organised with some regularity. Good food and drink are a mandatory part of a cruising experience; cruise ships often rival the best restaurants for culinary awards and actually, a lot of cruises come with a food theme. A beloved tradition on most cruise ships is the Midnight Buffet, where you can snack on goodies, drinks and delicious sweets all night long. Inspired by cruisers' lavish lifestyle, we present you today our Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup; a surprising and exquisite aroma special for your cup of coffee or hot chocolate; as well as for ice creams and other desserts. From the south of China to sunny New Zealand to the extreme south of Europe, the delicious Kiwi fruits make the delight of locals and tourists alike. So if you can't travel right away, why not have some Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup on your pancakes instead? As a cruiser, you travel to many places, across the Earth's oceans and seas; if your ship stops in various ports and lets you experience the local culture, you get to live very diverse experiences. To celebrate travel in all its forms, we have created syrups inspired by many places and attraction. Have some true Italian Amaretto Almond Syrup
, enjoy a taste of the Far East in a Lychee Snow Cone Syrup
sorbet or enjoy a dash of Pi?ï¿½a Colada Snow Cone Syrup
inspired by the happy-go-lucky Caribbean Islands.
An urban legend says that the word posh entered the English language as an acronym for Port Out, Starboard Home- words stamped on cruise tickets indicating the typical positioning of the best seats for taking advantage of the sea breeze and avoiding the hot sun, that the wealthiest customers would get. Although scholars of language consider this hypothesis to be unlikely, it was apparently convincing enough to make it into pop culture, being mentioned in E.L. Konigsburg's novel The View From Saturday and sung about by Grandpa Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang: This is livin', this is style, this is elegance by the mile, Oh the posh posh traveling life, the traveling life for me, First cabin and captain's table regal company, Whenever I'm bored I travel abroad but ever so properly, Port out, starboard home, posh with a capital P-O-S-H. Craving a truly posh drink already? Then why not pamper yourself with a luxurious iced mocha with Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup? Or better yet, for a wonderful invention that Caractacus Potts would have designed to impress sweets' queen Truly Scrumptious, add a good drizzle of Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup to a lemon meringue pie and top it with fresh strawberries. Utterly delicious!
Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup has a refreshing flavour better suited for cold drinks, such as blended frappes, iced latte or cappuccino or frozen hot chocolate. It also makes a great addition to milkshakes, yoghurt drinks and smoothies: for example, try one green apple, one handful of strawberries, one banana and the scooped seeds of one passion fruit in the juicer, sweetened with a spoonful or two of Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup; or for an energising drink that's richer in fibre, puree the same fruits in a blender and add a cup of kefir or buttermilk. Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup also makes a delicious drizzle for your favourite desserts: we love it on fruit tarts and pies, especially strawberry or orange-ones, as well as on lemon meringues and vanilla trifles, but why not explore it yourself rather than taking our word? You can mix it with freshly squashed fruits to make sorbets and ice creams; or you could even mix it with hour syrups. Would you try to blend Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup with Passion Fruit Coffee Syrup
? It sounds pretty delicious to us!
A lovely little treat from time to time is always good for your mood; but when it comes to your body and health, some treats are better than others. After inventing highly processed sweeteners and artificial food additives and forgetting how to eat natural, our society is now re-discovering the ; and we're right there on the bandwagon with our Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup. means- to put it simply- better for you and better for the environment. By eating you are keeping the chemical stuff out of our bodies and enjoying a better quality of life- more vitamins, no toxins and far better-tasting fruits. So rather than going for supermarket beverages loaded with artificial colouring and no real fruit, give our Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup a try. Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup , Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup ice cream, Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup recipe, Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup sweets.
How to Make Recipes
Recipe for Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup Ice Cream Cup Would you like to know how to make a healthy and delicious treat using Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup? Below you'll find a wonderful recipe just for that. Of course, you are more than welcome to send us your recipes using Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup.
Preparation of Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup Ice Cream Cup
Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup Ice Cream Cup
1 scoop vanilla ice cream
1 scoop pistachio ice cream
Natures Flavors Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup
Slice the blood orange in thin slices; place a few slices to the bottom of the cup, followed by the three Flavors of ice cream. Top with the remaining orange slices, then drizzle generously with Natures Flavors Kiwi Flavored Coffee Syrup. Decorate with the ladifinger biscuit cut in 2, on top of the ice cream cup. Liked this recipe, have a look at Pear Snow Cone Syrup
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