French Peach Syrup by Teisseire 20 oz

The story of Teisseire dated back to 1720 (that's not a typo, 1720!) when Mathieu Teisseire created a distillery specializing in drinks based on fruits and plants. Today Teisseire is the number one syrup in France. 

Use this syrup to make delicious, cold refreshments to serve to your friends, to a party, or enjoy by yourself.  One cup of syrup makes about seven cups of refreshing, cold, drinks.  The syrup is made without preservatives or artificial flavorings in France.  Simply add water or seltzer water and enjoy the strong mint flavor!  

  • Facts 20.3 oz. Product of France
  • Ingredients Sugar, fruit juices from concentrates (52% including 37% peach and 15% lemon), acidifying: citric acid, flavourings, colourings: concentrated elderberry juice. No preservatives.

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