Silky soft with a strong colour - curcuma!
In the last blog post, Benjamin Brodbeck from the Ginger Manufactory has already revealed some exciting facts about ginger.
In our nginious! Colours YELLOW Gin, ginger is included as a botanical. But of course we would also like to tell you more about curcuma - the second of our three special YELLOW botanicals. Today we continue with a second expert opinion from Benjamin Brodbeck.
In the following video you can learn more about curcuma.
Have fun! P.S. the video is in Swiss German - so we hope you'll understand it & if not, feel free to ask any questions you might have. We have also added a small summary of the video content below the video :-)
The most important facts from the video:
Curcuma from Peru, in organic quality.
The curcuma in the video has been freshly washed and is then juiced.
The ingredient curcumin is bound to fat, therefore curcuma stains are very difficult to clean (tip: always use fat cleaner).
Compared with ginger, curcuma has no pungency, but a velvety smooth taste in drinks.
The curcumin colours all of your beverage when curcuma is added, surprisingly not to orange, but to a rich yellow.
We hope this article has taught you a little more insider knowledge about curcuma and hope you enjoy trying it!
In the third botanicals article we will tell you a little more about lemons.
See you soon!