It is autumn already! It is time to start building a natural shield from seasonal infections. Quince and flowering quince are perfect for it. Jacek did not mind at all that quince syrup is added to tea almost every day. It is slightly sour and it smells like a blooming orchard. Why rebel against it?
Quince syrup is particularly recommended during colder times of year. This is thanks to quince fruits which are irreplaceable at that time. The slightly smaller and more acidic flowering quince is just as rich in vitamins and minerals as much larger quince fruits. By combining them within one recipe we wanted to help you fight midwinter blues.
Quince syrup can be used all year round. You can make delicious tea and lemonade with it. It also gives a characteristic, sweet and sour note to various desserts.
quince juice 51%, cheanomeles juice, sugar, water.
Tastes best with...
tea, lemonade, drinks, different kind of dishes and desserts.
Nutrition value per 100g of product:
energy value: 1092kJ/ 261kcal, total fat: 0g, saturated fat: 0g, carbohydrates: 64g, sugars: 63g, protein: 0, salt: 0g.