Taste: Food & Drink

What is Grenadine?

Contributor blog post by Phoebe Thomas:

Grenadine is a fruit syrup quintessential to French childhood.  That’s it in a nutshell! Though perhaps I could go into just a little more detail….

Grenadine is a syrup used to make drinks (cordial or squash for children, certain cocktails for adults). The word “grenadine” comes from the French word for pomegranate “grenade” but while the syrup might have been made originally with pomegranates…

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Phoebe Thomas

Phoebe Thomas

Phoebe Thomas carries two passports British and Australian. She married a Frenchman and now the couple are living in Provence with their two children. This bilingual and multi-cultural family has travelled extensively to Asia, Eastern Europe and Australia before settling in Roquefort les Pins in 2007.

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