Making cordials and syrups is a traditional method of preserving summer fruits and flowers from generations. We dreamed of capturing the magic linden scent in a bottle since early spring when the linden trees blossom. So we had no rest until we received an invigorating and refreshing drink with a tonic effect on the body and soul.
What's in it
Water extraction of organic linden blossoms, organic cane sugar and citric acid as acidity regulator.
How it's made
We make a water extract from the dried linden blossoms. We heat it gently to 60 degrees and finally to 70 degrees for no longer than a minute. We then fill the bottles by use of pasteurizer, as we do not add any preservatives.
In 100 ml
|237 kcal / 992.4 kJ
of which saturates
|< 0.1 g
of which sugars
A 750 ml glass bottle that can be recylced