The fascination of cherries is as old as humanity itself: the Stone Age people collected the fruit and the Greeks and Romans were also enthusiastic about the taste of the cherry. The enthusiasm of the Romans ultimately caused the cherry to spread throughout Europe.
The cherry is often compared to the full and red lips of a woman and is a symbol of beauty, transience and sensuality. In medieval art depictions the cherry symbolizes the forbidden fruit as well as the apple.
YO Cherry Syrup Tip
Have you ever tried an alcohol-free Cherry Kiss? Put 6 cl YO cherry syrup, 5 cl pineapple juice, 3 cl lemon juice, 3 cl water and crushed ice cubes in a shaker and shake vigorously. You can garnish the cocktail with half a slice of pineapple and a cocktail cherry.
- Only the fruitiest fruits
- without chemical preservation
- without synthetic colouring
- Fruit juice content: at least 20%
|Energy value||162 kJ / 38 kcal|
|Fats||< 0.5 g|
|of which saturated fatty acids||< 0.1 g|
|of which sugar content||9.3 g|
|Protein||< 0.5 g|
|Salt||< 0.01 g|
NOTE: Reference intake of an average adult (8,400kJ/2,000kcal).
Preparation and Storage
- Preparation and use
- Recommended dilution: 1 (syrup) + 6 (water).
- Once opened, store in a refrigerator and use within 4 weeks.
Remove the sealing film before drinking
sugar, glucose-fructose syrup, fruit juice made from Cherry fruit juice concentrate (10%), aronia berries, elderberries and apples, water, acidifier: citric acid, flavor.
Dilution: 1 part syrup + 6 parts water