12 x 360ml Bottles Exotic Fruit Pure, no added sugar.
4 each of Mango & Mora (Andean Blackberry).
2 each of Guava and Lulo (tastes like Gooseberry or Kiwi).
Makes up 110 x 150ml Drinks.
Delight your guests with exotic fruit punches, presss & cocktails.
Also Culinary Ingredients for all sorts of Desserts & Sweet-Sour Sauces.
Great for summer social events, BBQs & Garden Parties.
For sparkling drinks: add elderflower press or cloudy lemonade.
For still drinks: make up with apple juice or water & dash elderflower cordial or sugar syrup.
Serving Suggestions from wide range of free recipes available
Mango: Mango Lemonade, Apple of the Tropics, Mango Chutney
Guava: Guava Palava, Tickled Pink, Guava BBQ Sauce
Lulo: Lulo & Elderflower Press; Lulo Republic Smoothie with fairtrade banana.
Mora: Berry Red Smoothie, Morito Mocktail, Sangria-style Mora Punch
Mango/Guava: 3, a 360ml bottle makes over 1 litre juice drink
Lulo: 4, a 360ml bottle makes up to 1.4 litres juice drink
Mora: 5, a 360ml bottle makes up to 1.8 litres juice drink
Shipped: no air miles. Processed so harvest can be sold all year round.
Well over 99% fruit, citric & ascorbic acid.
Current Stock: Best Before End Mar 2013.
Dispatched from: United Kingdom
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Fruto del Espritu was set up to open new overseas markets for Colombian farmers who grow exotic fruits such as Lulo, Mora and Maracuy as well as Mango, Guava and Pineapple. Background The company was set up after a few months in Colombia, enjoying the wide variety of fabulous fruits in juice bars, but also coming to terms with the vulnerability of so many to violence, often without the means to get justice. Fruto del Espiritu brings a taste of Colombias exotic fruit to the UK for those wanting to support peace and sustainable development, and wherever possible, offer solidarity and custom to those affected by the conflict. Fruto del Espiritu is a social enterprise. All profits are ploughed back into our next product, which will generate more income from women displaced from the countryside and who have had to come to Bogota as refugees. These women are starting to rebuild their families lives through the fruit trade. Exotic Fruits from the Andes Lulo tastes like gooseberry or kiwi with a floral aroma. Our lulo is sourced from a farmers association who have developed a high quality lulo as a means of diversifying from coffee. Mora is a dark red Andean Blackberry, which tastes rather like red wine. Sixty six students, from next generation of Mora farmers have recently graduated in agricultural technology and agricultural business administration. Maracuy is an intense Latin American golden passion fruit. The Maracuy farmers were among ten finalists from 65 entries in the 2011 Competition Emprenderpaz, Enterprise for Peace. The Fruit Farmers Our Mora and Maracuy come from farmers associations who are overcoming poverty and the impact of armed conflict thanks to over 3,000 Colombians who donate up to 5% of their salary through Fundacin El Cinco (the Five Foundation). The Fruit Factory All fruit is bottled and labeled in Colombia to EU standards. The employees in our suppliers factory are paid full legal wages with all appropriate benefits. We offer an education grant for the employees' teenage children. Sustainability By shipping these fruits as pures (simply pured fruit with no added sugar - not a concentrate) we avoid any air miles. Drinks, Desserts and more. Dilute the pures with mixers such as apple juice, lemonade or elderflower press; blend them to make smoothies, frapps, milkshakes, fruit punches or measure, muddle and shake for great cocktails, both alcoholic and exceptionally good alcohol-free cocktails. The pures make delicious ice creams, sorbets, mousses, cheesecakes and muffins. They can also be used in chutneys and marinades. Over 80 recipes available. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!
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