Wednesday 4 May 2016

BRAND NEW: ODK Syrups and Mixers

We're very excited to be launching a BRAND NEW line of purees, syrups and creams, perfect for any bar, cocktail or mixologist.

The brand new range from ODK has been developed by bartenders for bartenders in Italy, engulfing the Italian passion for food and drink! Offering not only great taste from the highest quality, fresh ingredients, the ODK range is also extremely easy to use and generates almost zero wastage.

The specially patented bottle means that the syrups, purees and creams do not need to be decantered, with the ability to be squeezed and measured directly from the bottle, the push top lid also means minimisation of fruit flies around your bar! The highly concentrated formulas provide an unbeatable depth of flavour to each puree, syrup and cream, meaning that less is needed per drink, ultimately saving you stock and money!

The Fruit Puree Line
The fruit puree line offers aside variety of fruity flavours, made from only the freshest ingredients; from handpicked strawberries from Spain and Poland, to bananas grown in their native Ecuadorian soil. The unique pasteurisation process that ODK use means that all of their fruit purees have an unbeatable shelf life while maintaining the highest quality flavour for all of your cocktails.

The Syrup Line
The ODK syrup line offers probably the best syrups on the market, featuring cocktail staples such as the White Sugar and Vanilla syrup, or something to add a little passazz to your drinks, like the Grenadine syrup! Whatever flavour you go for these syrups are a must behind any bar or mixologists cocktail kits.All of the syrups are highly concentrated in flavour and made from the highest quality, fresh ingredients and natural flavourings where possible. The intense flavour means you rarely need more than 20ml per cocktail, so your syrups can last a decent amount of time before they need replacing - a cost effective, delicious cocktail solution... Hoorah!

The Cream Line
Indulge your drinks in a little creamy deliciousness with ODK's flavoured creams. Add a touch of heaven to hot drinks, coffees, frappuccinos and cocktails, or even as a side to desserts with the Chocolate or Pistachio cream lines we have on offer! Packed full of flavour for a vibrant taste, the creams make the preparation of drinks quick and easy with the specially patented bottle. You can dispense and serve straight from the bottle with no need to decant, generating almost zero waste!

All of the ODK creams, syrups and mixers are gluten free too!
Why not try some of the amazing cocktails using the ODK line, created by Tom Dyer himself!

Banana Colada A simple, sweet and creamy drink!
50ml Rum
10ml ODK Banana
10ml ODK Coconut
50ml Pineapple Juice
Glass: Tiki Mug
Garnish: Pineapple Flag
Method: Shaker & Strain

The Red Head A sour taste, a great drink to use tequila with!
37.5ml Mescal
10ml ODK Strawberry
25ml Lime Juice
Sprinkle Cinnamon Powder
2 Dashes Peychauds Bitters
Glass: Rocks
Garnish: Three Strawberry Slices
Method: Shake and Strain

Tropical Flower Slightly sour and slightly sweet!
37.5ml Bourbon
50ml Fresh Pineapple Juice
20ml Lemon Juice
10ml Elderflower Cordial
10ml ODK Passion Fruit
Glass: Hobstar Cooler
Garnish: Lemon Peel
Method: Shake and Strain

Tequila Mocha A great drink with a chocolatey twist using the cream line!
50ml Patron XO
20ml Half and Half
15ml ODK Chocolate
Glass: Old Fashioned
Garnish: Chocolate Rim (whipped cream optional)
Method: Shake and Strain

Mitango Cocktail So the non-alcohol drinkers can have a slice of the action too!
8 Mint Leaves
10ml ODK Mango Puree
5ml ODK White Sugar
Juice of half a lime
Top with Ginger Ale
Glass: Highball
Garnish: Mint Sprig
Method: Build and Churn - crushed ice

Still don't believe us?! Head down to our showroom on the Tuesday 21st June from 4:30pm for the official ODK and brand new brochure launch! Join us for light refreshments, cocktails and flaring with special guest Tom Dyer, showroom tours and the chance to get your hands on our brand new comprehensive brochure!

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