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MARCO POLO Sour Cherry Syrup 1L

Üretici firma: Marcopolo
Lovers of tart, sour cherries will love Marco Polo Sour Cherry Syrup! Made with the juice of freshly picked cherries, our delicious syrup adds luxurious elegance to Greek yogurt, ice cream and baked goods. Enjoy as a mixer in still or sparkling water, or as a flavor and color accent to lemonade or iced tea. Makes 30 to 40 large drinks. Rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, Marco Polo Sour Cherry Syrup is all natural and contains no preservatives or artificial flavors.
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