Aromhuset's newly created Cherimoya sweetens your table water without having sugar

Aromhuset’s assortment of flavourings for drinking water is being expanded along with four newcomers, one of which is the unique taste Cherimoya – a sweet, fruity flavour with a captivating taste. Cherimoya is good both by itself and in combination with many of the other flavours from the range. Similar to the old flavours, the new ones are also free from both sugars and artificial sweeteners.

Aromhuset Cherimoya flavor for carbonated water is now available for example from Amazon UK.

Cherimoya is perhaps the most exotic of the 20 flavours, and many people do not actually know what kind of fruit Cherimoya is. It is a fairly sweet fruit, varying in colour from green to dark brown, with a rugged skin. On opening a Cherimoya one finds a creamy, white fresh fruit along with small black seeds. The taste and smell of the Cherimoya fresh fruit is very sweet and pleasant, and reminiscent of everything from strawberry to banana to vanilla.

Because the flavor of Cherimoya is so fairly sweet and versatile it is a wonderful flavour to have in your own home for mixing along with carbonated drinking water. As well as additional flavours you can experiment as well as develop your personal favourite combinations. Cherimoya goes well with many of Aromhuset’s other flavours, including fairly sweet alternatives like Strawberry, Banana, Pineapple or Vanilla, but also along with slightly more acerbic flavours to take the actual edge off the fairly sweet tones. Try it along with Lemon, or with another newcomer: Lemon and Lime.

Aromhuset’s new flavours work precisely like the old ones. The dosage is actually measured while using cap from the bottle, with the suggested dosage being 2ml per litre of carbonated water. The actual cap measures 3ml, so two thirds of that is perfect. Obviously you’re free to use a lot more than the official recommendation, many people prefer just a little extra flavour. Every bottle consists of 30ml of flavouring, and is consequently enough for 15 litres of sparkling drinking water.

All of us consume lots of carbonated water, and sales statistics for sparkling drinking water tend to be increasing year by year. Today there are various flavours of carbonated water from brands such as Ramlösa and Vichy Nouveau. We constantly carry home expensive bottles of water, which makes little sense, either from a financial or environmental perspective. It is something if you don’t regularly drink sparkling water, but if you do it several times a week then a carbonation machine is a smart investment, and you can flavor your water with Aromhuset’s range of flavours. It is both cheaper and simpler, as well as better for the natural environment, and the selection of flavours available from Aromhuset is bigger than the range of pre-flavoured water on the shelves.

There are now 20 flavours available for carbonated water, and these types of can also be used for other purposes. If you would like a little flavour in your natural yoghurt, homemade ice-cream, or maybe in whipped cream, then the flavours are ideally suited to which. Cherimoya is a very different, festive flavour, well suited to just about anything. Aromhuset has also recently launched three flavours for whipped cream, which are very rich in taste and well suited for cooking as they supply not only delicious flavours but also color.

Aromhuset’s Cherimoya, like all other flavours from Aromhuset, is available from www at allfreightfree dot com and Amazon UK.