Double Dutch Pomegranate and Basil Mixer
This Pomegranate and Basil mixer is very interesting and different from what you have ever tasted. It is a proof of that pomegranate and basil easily can go hand in hand. The taste is so lavish that you can drink it alone.Country of origin THE NETHERLANDS
BASIL, THE SUPERB COUNTERBALANCE TO POMEGRANATE
This mixer is the perfect mix of two familiar flavours. Pomegranate is often considered to be a superfood with its complex flavour profile that straddles sweet and tart but also offers a tannin note that brings body and structure to cocktails. Basil, in the anise family, has always been renowned for lifting acidic flavours such as tomatoes and in a soft drink its peppery top note is a superb counterbalance to pomegranate, delivering a complex, exotic mid-taste that supports rather than overwhelming a mixed drink.
If you read the story about Double Dutch, it is quite outstanding. It is the story about two Dutch twin sisters who were frustrated about the missing development within mixers. They explain how the worlds choice of spirits has continued to grow and mixers and sodas have remained bland – less of a twin, more of a shadow. As a result of their frustration the Dutch twin sisters have introduced “Double Dutch” which is a range of four tonics: “Double Dutch is the result of our love affair to unite great spirits with complementary mixers that enliven and enhance.” According to themselves, this is “a whole new world of soft drinks” and we may agree with them. Double Dutch is extremely tasty mixers which renews you gin and tonic as the perfect twin for your spirit.
The philosophy behind Double Dutch is to draw on scientific research, sourcing the finest ingredients and combining art with craft to create soft drinks that intensify the flavour of spirits and delight the taste when drunk alone. Great cooks and food creators have long had an intuitive sense of which flavours work together and now their art is underpinned by data. Double Dutch is based on the idea that a mixer should elevate the spirit, spurring the taste to experience new and richer, deeper and more exciting flavours. It should reward the drinker with sensations that improve rather than diluting their chosen drink.
If you read the story about Double Dutch, it is quite outstanding. It is the story about the Dutch twin sisters who were frustrated about the missing development within mixers. They explain how the worlds choice of spirits has continued to grow and mixers and sodas have remained bland – less of a twin, more of a shadow.