Pomegranates have long been known for their antioxidants and superfruit health benefits. The flesh is not eaten but the seeds are eaten and juiced. One pomegranate is estimated to have between 200 to 1,400 seeds. The season on pomegranates is usually September to November. They grow best in hot and dry climates. The origin of pomegranates is suspected to range from NE Turkey to Afghanistan.
The beverage industry has seen the steady rise in non-alcoholic options as some consumers look to cut back on their overall intake of alcoholic beverages. More than 50% of consumers surveyed from International Wine and Spirit’s Record stated that they wanted to cut back on alcoholic beverages. Consumers are looking for non-alcoholic beverages that continue to provide a sense of theater without the hangover.
A while back, our sales and customer service manager Chad Johnson came to R and D with a request. His request was for us to recreate his favorite drink in concentrate form. This included cranberry juice and cucumber sparkling water.
It’s summer, and here at the Innovation Center that means summer cocktails. Last week the team and I worked on some videos for summer cocktails to showcase on July 14-17th at the virtual conference for the American Distilling Institute. Due to the pandemic we decided to participate in their virtual platform this year.
This weekend, with the passing of Memorial Day and the official kickoff of summer, has us thinking about summer ice cream sundaes. Carolyn developed a new Tangerine Orange Chocolate Sauce that would work well in a sundae, milkshake, or topping for many of your summer desserts.