Hand-turned in vintage copper basins, our syrups are the result of a rigorous selection of raw materials to obtain syrups of very high quality.
Anise: For lovers of anise notes, here is a syrup that can be served as an aperitif or to quench your thirst. Very fresh, you can thus make pastis without alcohol. A dash of spearmint or grenadine syrup will also bring a touch of originality to your mixes!
Raspberry: Made from raspberry juice with the good taste of slightly jammy fresh raspberries, this syrup is one of the essentials that will delight young and old children, with water or with desserts.
Lime: Made from lemon juice, lime syrup is particularly refreshing. A delicious syrup to use as you wish: classic (still water, sparkling water, lemonade), in cocktails, or in pastry.
Grenadine: A good balance of red fruits for a classic but still delicious fragrance. A basic to enjoy with still or sparkling water, in yogurt or with aniseed aperitifs!
Hazelnut: Made from natural flavor, this hazelnut syrup is a treat that you will be tempted to add to your pastries and hot drinks. Its uses are multiple: to sweeten tea, coffee, or as a coulis on pancakes, on ice cream or on floating islands, in yogurt or cottage cheese, to flavor the dough of a cake or even brown apples.
Rose: A delicious syrup with an intense fragrance to use as you wish: classic (still or sparkling water), in a fruit salad, or in your oriental pastries, the creations are endless!
Violet: Composed of violet extract, this syrup will remind you of the violet candy of your childhood. Simply with water, bubbles, or in a cocktail, it will add color to your glass!
Chestnut: A sweet and caramelized scent of chestnuts to make your cocktails and small dishes. Goes particularly well with green apple syrup and sparkling water.
Blackcurrant: Made from blackcurrant juice, this syrup respects the fruit in all its splendor: fruity with a touch of acidity! A delicious syrup to use as you wish: still water or sparkling water, in a cocktail or in a fruit salad ...
Grapefruit: With its fresh and intense notes of pink grapefruit and a touch of bitterness at the end of the tasting, this syrup will go very well with water, fresh lemonade, or even rosé.
Orgeat: With its notes of almonds, orgeat is a sweet and sweet fragrance. We recommend it with still or sparkling water but also in a pastis to make a Moorish.