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In Italy, before-dinner aperitifs precede the evening meal as a courtesy tipple and appetite stimulant. Inspired by this popular drink, Babylonstoren have created their very own sparkling non-alcoholic aperitif, featuring unique flavours from the Babylonstoren farm - a taste sensation.
Energy (kJ) 220; Protein (g) <0.1Glycemic Carbohydrate (g) 13; of which total sugar (g)13; Total fat (g) <0 of which Saturated fat (g) 0; Dietary fibre # (g) 0; Total Sodium (mg) 17
How to enjoy bitterlekker - For a refreshing spring drink, serve on crushed ice with a slice of blood orange and sprig of rosemary. - Goes well with a slice of lemon or ruby grapefruit, then topped up with a splash of sparkling water. - Perfect as before-dinner drink, anytime thirst quencher or as a mixer with your favourite gin.
Babylonstoren is one of the oldest Cape Dutch farms, set at the foot of Simonsberg in the Franschhoek wine valley. The garden comprises 15 clusters spanning vegetable areas, stone and pome fruits, nuts, citrus, berries, bees, herbs, ducks and chickens, a prickly pear maze, and more. Gravity feeds water from a stream by rills into the garden, flowing through ponds planted with edible lotus, nymphaea lilies and waterblommetjies.
Every one of the more than 300 varieties of plants in the garden is edible or has medicinal value.
Bitterlekker gives the taste of the Babylonstoren garden creating a sparkling non-alcoholic aperitif that champions the unique flavours of the farm.
A bittersweet symphony of herbal notes and zesty citrus, including blood orange, grapefruit and the lingering bitterness of orange peel. Included in the bitterlekker mix are two species of honeybush, giving it a lovely, dry finish.