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Old 03.03.2011, 21:10
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Ginger Ale Syrup

Hi,

We have our Sprudel/Wassermax for a while now, and except for Orange, my favorite flavor goes out to Ginger Ale



It is a syrup you add to the water for a different flavor.

So far i can only find the Sodamax brand ones in 300 ml, but since i love the stuff, i was wondering has anyone seen it in larger volumes, such as 1 or 2 litre bottles.

I'm just after the syrup now, not a ginger ale drink.

If you have seen them in larger volumes, do let me know please

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Old 03.03.2011, 21:14
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Re: Ginger Ale Syrup

Sorry, I cannot answer your question, ,
but I have another request: does anyone know how to make ginger beer?
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Old 03.03.2011, 21:18
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Sorry, I cannot answer your question, ,
but I have another request: does anyone know how to make ginger beer?
I've seen this before on EF..

Home made Ginger Beer

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Old 03.03.2011, 22:15
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Re: Ginger Ale Syrup

Found this Swiss website selling it in 375ml bottles. Hope it's the right product? Looks very similar to the picture in your post.
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Old 03.03.2011, 22:26
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Found this Swiss website selling it in 375ml bottles. Hope it's the right product? Looks very similar to the picture in your post.
Yup thats the one i have, about 350 ml i think.

What i'm looking for is the same thing ( other brand is also ok) but in bigger bottles.

I would prefer 0.5 or 1 Litre bottles of the ginger as i love the stuff and small bottles do move quick around the house.

So far no luck finding them im afraid, so i have emailed the supplier, now waiting on a reply and see can they offer it in larger bottles.
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Re: Ginger Ale Syrup

Not quite the same, but found some absolutely delish elderflower cordial (sirop fleur de sureau) today - wonderful.
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Not quite the same, but found some absolutely delish elderflower cordial (sirop fleur de sureau) today - wonderful.
I have tried it, in the Belvoir range and wasn't blown away.. refreshing yes certainly but it has a weird aftertaste.. mind you that was one brand, might be worth sampling the local flavors as Ginger is also something i've only started drinking since a year.

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I stock the Belvoir organic Ginger syrup, it is very spicy and a little goes a long way either mixed with water (hot or cold) or added to lager. 50/50 with whisky also makes an very grown up whisky mac.
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I stock the Belvoir organic Ginger syrup, it is very spicy and a little goes a long way either mixed with water (hot or cold) or added to lager. 50/50 with whisky also makes an very grown up whisky mac.
Hehe at the last company i worked for in Ireland,we stocked them also.

Lovely people btw of Belvoir ( or beaver as they say) , always cracks me up that one..

What size do you have in stock ?
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I stock the Belvoir organic Ginger syrup, it is very spicy and a little goes a long way either mixed with water (hot or cold) or added to lager. 50/50 with whisky also makes an very grown up whisky mac.
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Hehe at the last company i worked for in Ireland,we stocked them also.

Lovely people btw of Belvoir ( or beaver as they say) , always cracks me up that one..

What size do you have in stock ?
They've only just arrived and I have to print ingredient labels in German before I can put them on my stall. I think they are half litre bottles (they are new shape bottles so might be different from the old ones we had), price will be around CHF 10.00, I haven't had the transport or customs cost in yet
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