|Steeping time||2 weeks|
Suihinotto contains: eucalyptus, mint, blackberry, red berries & grapes
Concentrates are great choice for flavoring water, soda drinks etc. You can create intresting extra tastes to your coffee or tea!
For 2,5dl glass of water: 3-6 drops (0,5ml). For 0,5l pint: 10-15 drops (0,5-0,75ml). For 1,5l bottle: 20-35 drops (1,0-2,0ml)
Coffee and tea flavouring
You can make flavoured coffee in two ways. You can either add the flavour to your coffee in the cup, or on top of the coffee powder in the coffee filter on your coffee maker. If you choose to add flavour on coffee maker, dose your coffee as usually and then add the extra flavouring. Dosing: to a cup of coffee: 4-6 drops, or to the coffee filter 4-6 drops/cup.
Using flavouring products is very usual in baking industry, but not so common when baking at home. Surprise yout guests with rich in nuanced cookies, intresting quarks and whipped creams. Only your imagination makes limits with flavouring concetrates!
Flavouring yoghurt and quarks
Finns are on the top with eating the most natural (no added flavour) quarks and yoghurts. You can easily replace the berries and fruits with flavour concetrates. Flavouring: 5 drops/2,5dl of quark or yoghurt
Our customers describe this flavoring as follows:
"Suihinotto is a like fresh breeze from eucalyptus and red berries. It reminds me of my childhood's TuttiFrutti candies. Eucalyptus and mint add a great balance to the berries. It's like eating a candy after using a breath freshener."
"It is not so long ago when a baker was in Africa, where he met a beautiful girl black as ebony. She offered him a blowjob but the baker had a bad feeling that she was a member of a notorious Yammy-Yammy tribe. Yammy-Yammies were cannibals and their women were famous for luring men with blowjobs. They would bite their dicks off and eat them with dates and Sharon fruits. As our baker was traveling a lot and knew many cultures he declined this offer and ran into a savannah. He found there the tallest tree and spent many weeks on its top, eating nothing more than eucalyptus leaves and berries. Then a local and friendly Mutumatu tribe found him there and helped him to get down from the tree. They gave him red berries, grapes and mint. After coming home from that trip the baker made a juice from the flavors he discovered in Africa."