This Appletini 50% Fruit Concentrate can be reconstructed in water to obtain the best appletini which maintains all the flavour. Appletini is a cocktail drink made with vodka, apple juice or apple cider and a little bit of vermouth, usually Martini. Its name comes from the combination of the words “apple” and “Martini”. Its proper name is Adam’s Apple Martini. This appletini was created and popularized in 1997 by Adam Karsten, a bartender at Lola’s Bar in West Hollywood, California.
The Appletini can also be made with “Martini Blanco” in a long drink glass and filled with apple juice. Rumpletini was later created as a variation of Appletini. This type contained light rum in place of vodka. On one hand, Appletini contains apple juice, which is very healthy. Just like the saying says “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. Apples and apple juice are rich in vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. These last ones are believed to have powerful antioxidant effects. Some of the components of apples are vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B6, riboflavin, potassium, manganese, calcium, and iron. Apples and apple juice reduce the risk of certain cancers, protect against brain cell damage, reduce the risk of heart disease and reduce the risk of asthma. They are useful in treating anemia, help in weight loss, reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, control blood sugar level, lower cholesterol level in body, improve eyesight, and facilitate digestion. On the other hand, this drink contains alcohol, and as any other alcoholic drink should be drunk in moderation to avoid health problems.
Appletini Drink 50% Fruit Concentrate – Experienced Supplier
All raw fruit materials are processed in modern production facilities, combined with optimized logistics solutions for concentrate fruits juices to offer our customers the most optimized logistics solutions. We use the latest technology for the processing of the fruit in order to maintain all the properties.
Appletini Drink 50% fruit
| CHEMICAL ANALISYS: | RANGE | COMMENTS / OBSERVATIONS | | - | - | - | | · Brix | 11.2 | | · Acidity (%ACA) | 0.5 |