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Available in a wide range of flavors, Fabbri syrups can be used in a great many ways. They make a refreshing beverage by just adding cold water, or they can be used to make excellent cocktails and long drinks. They can also be used in thousands of other creations, such as in dessert fillings, to decorate gelato, or to make milkshakes, slushies or fruit salads.

Almond

This drink is made from the sweet variety of Italian almonds. It features the delicate flavor of skim milk and has the same invigorating, nutritional properties of almond milk.

Orange

Originally from east Asia, the sweet orange is now grown extensively in southern Italy, and in Calabria and Sicily in particular. This fruit is rich in vitamins and essential oils and has thirst-quenching and restorative properties.

Amarena

Originally from western Asia, the amarena cherry (or sour cherry) is the fruit of a tree from the Rosaceae family that now also grows in on Italian hills. The juice of this fruit has refreshing, tonic qualities.

Orzata

Made from benzoin resin from a tree of the genus Styrax, orzata has an age-old reputation for having aromatic properties.

Anise

Papaya

The papaya, known as a “tree melon” for its size, is originally from South America and may vary in weight from one to eight kilos. The juice of the papaya is sweet and flavorful and is ideal as an after-meal treat.

Citron

The citron, a fruit originally from the eastern Himalayas, was brought to Italy in the third century A.D. and is cultivated to this day in the southern regions of the country. The fruit is highly refreshing and thirst-quenching and is rich in vitamins.

Peppermint

Held sacred by Venus and used in Renaissance times as a fragrance in bridal suites, mint has a lively, balsamic scent and is said to have a great many powers. The essential oils of this plant have refreshing, tonic properties.

Coconut

This syrup is made with both coconut and almond. The coconut is the fruit of the Asian palm tree and is now found along all tropical coastlines. Its sweet, thirst-quenching flavor is known for its nutritional properties.

Raspberry

Raspberries grow naturally in the woods at altitudes of up to 1,500 meters (about 5,000ft). This fruit is rich in vitamins and minerals and has always been known for both its great flavor and its refreshing, invigorating and nutritional properties.

Granatina

This concentrate is a harmonic blend of orange, amarena cherry, and raspberry and has refreshing, thirst-quenching properties.

Rose

The rose is universally known as being the symbol of love and friendship. The flower, the petals of which are used to make preserves, syrups and decorations for desserts, has refreshing, tonic properties.

Lemon

Originally from India, the lemon is said to have been brought to Sicily by the Arabs in the tenth century A.D. This fruit is valued for its vitamin content and has refreshing, tonic qualities.

Rose

The rose is universally known as being the symbol of love and friendship. The flower, the petals of which are used to make preserves, syrups and decorations for desserts, has refreshing, tonic properties.

Lemonkiwi

The lemon is said to have been brought to Sicily by the Arabs in the tenth century A.D. The kiwi, on the other hand, is originally from China, where it is a symbol of fertility because, according to legend, the fruit was dedicated to the love between two lovers. Both of these fruits are rich in vitamins, are refreshing and thirst-quenching, and have tonic properties.

Strawberry

The strawberry is in the genus Fragaria, from the Latin “fragro”, as in “fragrance”, which testifies to the delicate scent of this fruit. In ancient times, strawberries were said to have countless therapeutic uses. Rich in vitamins, minerals and fructose, strawberries do indeed have tonic properties and are both refreshing and nutritional.

Mint

Held sacred by Venus and used in Renaissance times as a fragrance in bridal suites, mint has a lively, balsamic scent and is said to have a great many powers. The essential oils of this plant have refreshing, tonic properties.

Tamarind

The tamarind is a tree that grows in India. Its juicy, slightly acidic fruit is refreshing and thirst-quenching.

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