The syrup that should have been released in 1998. Except that at the time, nothing was great against the Tornado and the Sour Puss shooters. Then, one day of confinement, a certain Jean-Paul dared to say on Zoom that he was bored with the taste of real raspberries. That's good, so are we!
Monsieur Cocktail's fresh raspberries are first frozen to help concentrate the juices. Then, the Impress company in Quebec presses them into a creamy purée that is mixed with lemon juice and sugar before filtering. The syrup still contains a little pulp in the syrup so you don't miss any memories of Grandma's jams. Because even our souvenirs are flavorless and preservative-free.
Flavour-free, colourant-free and preservative-free.
A very acidic roundness of raspberry coulis which develops jammy notes. In the finish, you would think you were biting into the astringency of fresh raspberry.
Shake well before opening.
You can use it in a cocktail recipe of your own. Otherwise, here is an easy recipe to make in a shaker.
2 oz of gin
1 oz raspberry syrup
Fill with ice cube and a little egg white or viscous water from legumes
Shake your shaker well, and it's ready!
Sugar, water, raspberry juice, lemon juice, raspberry juice concentrate, citric acid (acidulant)