As summer comes to an end, so do all of those opportunities for unique, tropical flavors.

As summer comes to an end, so do all of those opportunities for unique, tropical flavors.

As summer comes to an end, so do all of those opportunities for unique, tropical flavors. Now, don’t get us wrong – with exotic beverage syrups from Amoretti, you can enjoy exotic and tropical flavors all year round. But they certainly have a special place on our palate during the summer months – and for good reason, too!

The mango is believed to have originated in Northeast India. Fossil records in Myanmar and Bangladesh believed to be 25-30 million years old show scientists and researchers the ancient history behind this exotic fruit. As monks traveled throughout the Asian continent, it is believed that they took mangos with them on their voyages and journeys, thereby spreading the fruit to the other cultures. By the 15th century, we know that the mango had spread to places like the Philippines, Persia, the Middle East, Africa, and South America.

Cultivated primarily in subtropical regions, the mango is one of the best ways to add unique flavor to any recipe. Whether you use it in a drink, salsa, or as a garnish to any culinary dish, the mango is guaranteed to add unique flavor without overpowering the key ingredients. No wonder Amoretti Premium Mango Syrup is one of the most popular exotic beverage syrups!

Made with the highest quality ingredients available, Amoretti Premium Mango Syrup contains no artificial sweeteners or colors, ensuring a taste and flavor that is as close to subtropical as you can get without actually going there.

As mango season comes to a close, chances are that you might have purchased more mangos than you can eat. If you have extra mangos and aren’t sure what to do with them, why not make mango simple syrup that you can use to add unique flavor to any dish or drink recipe? To make mango simple syrup, you need:

  • 2 cups water
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 1 ½ cups of mango pureed

Add the ingredients into a pan and bring to a boil, simmering for an additional minute while stirring constantly. After cooling, pour into an airtight container to ensure that it stays fresh as long as possible. Your mango simple syrup should stay fresh in the fridge for an additional 2 weeks.

Of course, with exotic beverage syrups, you don’t need to worry about taking the time out of your schedule to make mango simple syrup. A bottle of Amoretti Premium Mango Syrup will provide all the rich, natural textures you need to add unique flavor to any recipe.

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