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William Fox Green Apple Syrup

(75cl, 0%)

William Fox Green Apple Syrup

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William Fox Green Apple Bottling Note

A favourite flavour in India, William Fox Green Apple Syrup is the pairing you need for your crisp fruit cocktails, refreshing sodas and extravagant teas.

Please note: Once opened, use your tasty William Fox syrup within a month.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Unmistakably tart, sweet and juicy: green apples, folks!

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William Fox Green Apple Syrup Reviews

Sweet green apples perfect for cocktails

Great if you are looking for a sweet apple flavour, reminds me of granny smith green apples but without the tartness as there is no citric acid in it. Great for appletinis and green apple daiquiris. 100% would recommend

17th August 2020

Not recommend

Terrible. Green apple supposed to have tartness to it, it's just sickly syrup with no resemblance to green apple at all!

A waste of money on this one. Can't even think of an alternative use.

22nd May 2020

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