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Shott makes fruit concentrates and coffee syrups available in UK

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Shott makes fruit concentrates and coffee syrups available in UK

June 30
12:07 2016

Shott premium fruit concentrates and coffee syrups have been made available exclusively in the UK through coffee roaster Miko.

Shott’s authentic and consistent flavours are highly concentrated and delivered straight from the bottle for convenience. Shott fruit concentrates are made from real fruit, which is harvested in season when at its ripest for maximum flavour and contain no artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners.

Among the 18 different flavour combinations are blueberry and green tea, orange and lemongrass, lemon ginger and honey, cranberry and lime, plus spiced berry. The flavours can simply be mixed with chilled still or sparkling water for thirst-quenching refreshment or used to create colourful cocktails, herbal teas and fruit infusions. The fruit concentrates offer a quality, caffeine-free and natural alternative to tea and coffee and are especially popular during the afternoon when consumers are avoiding or limiting their caffeine intake, Shott said.

The Shott range includes premium coffee syrups, which allow the barista to create a real point of difference by enhancing the speciality beverage menu with new signature drinks. There is a choice of white chocolate, Irish cream, hazelnut, caramel, macadamia, salted caramel, butterscotch and vanilla flavours for use in coffees, hot chocolates, milkshakes and iced coffees for an indulgent flavour twist.

A choice of two Shott chai concentrates for adding to warm milk or milkshakes are also available. The traditional chai blend is made from extracts of cinnamon, clove, and cardamom whilst the spicy chai concentrate has a touch of chilli for an added kick.

“Although we are best known as a coffee roaster, we don’t just supply coffee,” said Jenna Horsnell, marketing manager for Miko Coffee. “As a coffee specialist, we provide complete concepts. So as well as the coffee, this might include the equipment, barista training, service and maintenance and we also offer a whole range of back bar accessories, which we consider to be essential for an urban coffee experience.

“The Shott range of beverage concentrates, which is made in New Zealand and exported worldwide, therefore fits very nicely into our portfolio of ‘extras’ and for that reason we are delighted to represent the brand in the UK.”

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