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Supasawa Bottling Note

An intriguing mixer that bills itself as being "The alternative to lemon and lime" when it comes to cocktails. It's produced with distilled water alongside five different types of acid (citric, malic, tartaric, succinic and phosphoric) to mimic the acidity of citrus fruits, as well as a pinch of sugar and salt.

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Supasawa Reviews

Supasawa Cocktails

love love love this!

1st July 2019

Great for making sour based cocktails at home without squeezing juices and throwing them away.

Replaces my lime juice, but doesn't go off. Makes amazing daiquiris and they're crystal clear too.
I've used it for batching cocktails, making punch and super easy cordials.
Doesn't need to be kept in the fridge and keeps for 2 years once opened.

Very clever stuff.

12th October 2018

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