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D’Arbo Elderflower Syrup

This and it’s brothers and sisters are wonderful syrups. Sweet yes, thats’s not surprising, but the flavor is what’s amazing!

By the name (and the knowing the fruit) you might be able to guess the flavor, Black Currant Syrup, Sour Cherry Syrup, and unless you know Elderflower you really can’t imagine the richness of these fruit syrups.

Not too sweet, these syrups are truly a treat. Even Martha Stewart had them on her show …

About D’Arbo It was 1879 Rudolf Darbo laid the foundations for a “fruit steamery” in Gorizia (now in Italy by the Slovenian border). That was the start of what is now one of the most successful companies in Austria’s history. Some 50 years later, his son, Adolf Darbo, relocated the company in the Tyrolean village of Stans, concentrating his efforts producing quality syrups and bottling honey.

In 1970, the family company now under Klaus Darbo went into the third generation. Klaus Darbo followed the company tradition – following the company tradition and resolutely continuing the strategy of manufacturing products of superior quality. Darbo’s capacity for innovation was one of the key factors in the company’s success. In 1994, Darbo launched its premium quality fruit syrups line – and we are glad they did.

Darbo fruit syrups are highly concentrated fruit juices for dilution with water. Over 80% fruit juice content from selected varieties for a unique taste experience. No chemical preservatives or colourings are used in the production.

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