A refreshing mix of ginger and lemon
This artisan made shrub (drinking vinegar) is made from apple vinegar (made of fermented organic apple juice), cane sugar, ginger juice and lemon juice... 100% pure, no additives were added.
It is not only a delicious syrup for making drinks, vinaigrettes ... it is also good for both your inner and outer health.
Available in two sizes: 150ml and 500ml.
Apple cider vinegar is definitely a superfood, chockfull of vitamins C, E, A, B1, B2, B6 and many minerals including iron, calcium, potassium and acetic acid.
It possesses anti-septic properties and activates anti-biotic processes.
By regularly using apple cider vinegar you will get more energy, your skin and hair will become more radiant ... in short, you will feel better.
- it supports the digestive system, boosts the intestinal flora and helps the liver
- it has a positive impact on the acidity of the body (especially with a high-protein diet)
- it regulates blood pressureis very good for your lymph system (stimulates lymphatic drainage)
- it speeds up your metabolism well for your waistline
This shrub has a nice, oriental taste of spicy ginger with a fresh touch of tart lemon.
- do not drink the shrub pure, it is too sour!
- can be diluted with source or spray water for a refreshing (sports) drink
- can be served (ice) chilled or hot
- perfect as a basis for mocktails and (alcoholic) cocktails
- as a finishing touch in vinaigrettes
- as a surprising effect on ice cream
- specific mixing instructions can be found on packaging
Tip: make the perfect sport / recovery drink for a killer workout by adding 10-15ml (gram) shrub per 100ml (gram) of spring or tap water.
Apple cider vinegar, cane sugar, ginger juice, lemon juice
Contents: 150ml or 500ml
The word 'shrub' is derived from the Arabic word 'sharab', which means 'to drink'.
It refers to a 'cocktail' or 'soft drink' made from a syrup based on sweeteners and vinegar mixed with fruit juices and diluted with source or carbonated water or alcohol.
The vinegar works as a preservative for fruit and these shrubs were very popular with British and European colonials in the tropics and with the inhabitants of the southern US when there were no fridges.