Marshmallow (55%) (sugar, glucose fructose syrup, water, caramel (7.3%) (sugar, water, sea salt), maize starch, dextrose, gelling agent: carrageenan, hydrolyzed rice protein, natural flavour: caramel), dark chocolate (45%) (cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier: soya lecithin, natural flavour: vanilla).
Dark chocolate contains cocoa solids 52% min.
Produced in a factory that also handles milk, nuts, gluten and peanuts
Organic Fair, based in Cobble Hill BC, went way back to the roots of the soda making tradition for inspiration (think 1850's)! With a base of organic fair trade cane sugar and the spring water from their farm they extract the aromatic life force of herbs, spices, botanicals and fruits into sweet elixirs.
A serving of soda has significantly less sugar than regular soft drinks. Plus, they're easy to use: just add 1 to 2 tablespoons of syrup to 1 cup of carbonated water. If you're looking for more sweetness, just add more syrup! Excellent for all ages and especially tasty in cocktails, they're fun for the whole family.
We carry 2 different flavours!
Organic Hibiscus Lime with Hops Soda Syrup is THE pink drink. Tropical vibes only while sipping this refreshing ruby drink.
Rose Cardamom Soda Syrup combines the full bloom of rose with fresh green cardamom for a delightfully floral soda, drink mix, or a topping drizzled over coconut ice cream.
Use Frostbites syrups to craft drinks, boost smoothies, drizzle over desserts, brighten up popsicles, or add to any culinary endeavour.
Cordial vs Syrup: A classical cordial is a concentrated, fruit-forward, sweetened syrup. A traditional syrup tends to be slightly thicker and sweeter. The end result is the same; both make delicious drinks!
We carry 10 different flavours!
A little more about Frostbites: With a promise of using predominately locally grown ingredients to make their syrups, instead of using the common artificially flavoured day-glo & flavoured ones, frostbites became known for their fresh, unique, whimsical flavours.
Peggy + Martyn knew they were on to something great when their farmer’s market booth became a weekly stop for kids of all ages. Alongside the boom of local distilleries in BC, customers started demanding to be able to take bottles of frostbites syrups home with them to stir up cocktails and craft sodas.