Fruit of immortality.
The peach already entices you with its intoxicating scent. It also has many beneficial properties: it is rich in minerals, it is purifying, diuretic and full of fibers. Since it has many vitamins and trace elements, in the East it was called the "fruit of immortality".
Very widespread in Italy as one of the most consumed summer fruits, Mixer creates its Concentrated Fruit Pulp from ripe Italian peaches so as to always have them fresh all year round. There are numerous drinks in which it can be used, alcoholic and non-alcoholic. Fresh and tasty pairing with vodka or gin.
Seductive and fragrant.
Papaya is a tropical fruit that can be defined as seductive, thanks to its rich, tasty pulp and greedy scent. It also has cosmetic properties, fighting skin aging and cellulite, and helps prevent seasonal ailments thanks to its abundance of vitamins.
Papaya is very suitable for use in aperitifs, combining it with bitters, gin and / or tonic waters. Also ideal in rum-based cocktails.
Nectar of the Gods.
In many countries, Guava is used in non-sweet cooking dishes and spice mixes. It is among the fruits richest in antioxidants and vitamin C. Its juice is so delicious that it is sometimes called "nectar of the Gods".
This divine nectar is not easy to find in Italy, but thanks to Mixer it is always available. Only the tastiest ripe fruits of Brazil are selected for the Concentrated Fruit Pulp, great for creating truly refreshing drinks. It also goes well with rum giving life to exceptional tropical punch.
A pleasant awakening of the body.
The apricot, once considered an exotic and extremely rare fruit, seems to have been appreciated by the Chinese emperors 4,000 years ago. It helps in case of anemia or fatigue in the change of seasons because it is rich in iron and vitamin C, it is also good for the skin and helps to replenish mineral salts after sports.
Mixer selects the best Italian apricots, ripe at the right point, to make us enjoy this delicious pulp throughout the year. Its taste goes very well in wine-based drinks, but also in gin-based and rum-based long drinks and in Daiquiri.