Did you know that the pear is not a fruit but a pomaceous of the genus Pyrus? The fruit is in fact made up only of the core and its seeds. Its sweetness and its regenerating properties have been enjoyed by man for over 4000 years all over the world. There are over five thousand types, but the most loved of all is the Williams Pear.
There are numerous delicious cocktails that can be prepared with the Mixer puree concentrate, created with Italian Williams pears picked at the perfect moment of ripeness. Among the most popular are cocktails with vodka, but you can also make excellent combinations with brandy, rum and other spirits as well as leaving room for the imagination thanks to the seductive fruity and floral aroma and the sugary flavor.
Completely natural uniqueness.
Did you know that kiwifruit is originally from China but today the largest world producer is Italy? It is a fruit with the highest nutritional density, one of the few that provides chlorophyll and is the only one to contain actinidin, a natural enzyme that facilitates the digestion of proteins.
In addition to having numerous other properties, kiwifruit goes well with cured meats and cheeses, therefore the Mixer puree concentrate with Italian kiwifruit of the highest quality is ideal for the preparation of aperitifs to accompany our classic cutting boards!
The fruit of philosophers and a joyful life.
Did you know that the fig tree seems to have been the first plant cultivated by man, eleven thousand years ago in the area of the Fertile Crescent? In the Old Testament it is mentioned as a symbol of fertility and joyful life and the ancient Greeks considered it the fruit of philosophers and orators.
Mixer chooses the tastiest Italian ripe figs to give life to its puree concentrate. A precious element to create unusual and intriguing cocktails. Try the combination with almonds and grappa and use in a mojito twist
Prosperity and vitamin recharge.
Did you know that cantaloupe is from the same family as cucumber, squash and zucchini? It also has few calories and many vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins A, C and B, potassium, phosphorus, calcium and sodium. In ancient times it was considered a symbol of prosperity and fertility
Since the sweet taste of melon, as it is known, also goes well with salty flavors, the Mixer puree concentrate becomes an ideal ally for creating original aperitifs, mixing it with spirits, for example gin or vodka, and garnishing with aromatic herbs such as sage and rosemary.