Dried, powdered ginger was exported from India to Europe in Roman times, two thousand years ago.
Its name derives from the Sanskrit word “stringa vera”, meaning “with a body like a horn”, referring to the ginger root which shape is reminiscent
of a horn. In Medieval Europe, ginger was enjoyed so much, that it was thought to come from the Garden of Eden.
Because of its spicy qualities, ginger gives a feeling of warmth when consumed. There are many uses for ginger: from ginger snap cookies to Asian food, to ginger ale, one of the first and most well known soft drinks.
Aromatic MONIN Ginger will impart a distinctive, exotic taste to any of your flavoured beverages
TASTE: Strong, pungent nose of ginger roots, uncooked ginger root aroma.
APPLICATIONS: Teas, cocktails, fruit punches.