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In Praise of Marco Polo Fruit Syrups

Dave Feldman | Jan 23, 200201:35 AM     15

These fruit syrups are the best thing to put into seltzer since .

And what a bargain. Giant bottles of raspberry, blackberry, blueberry, orange, black currant, sour cherry, and mixed fruit are enough to make 30 or 40 large drinks. Unlike most of the fancy syrups used in coffee bars and sold in gourmet stores, Marco Polo syrups contain no preservatives and no artificial flavors. Pour raspberry syrup and you're drinking nothing but raspberries and sugar. All of the flavors are fine, but I prefer the blackberry and sour cherry varieties (black currant is my least favorite).

I found the syrups at both Foodmart International and International Food Warehouse in New Jersey. These syrups are made in Slovenia.

Below is link to the distributor.

Link: http://www.croatianmall.com/adriaimpo...

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