Partner Highlight: 1883 Maison Routin Brings Premium, Authentic Flavors to Consumers

Some of the latest trends in beverage flavors have made it a challenge for store owners and research and development teams to find the right syrups for their drinks. Today, adventurous and authentic flavors are what consumers seek. These specialty flavors have led to a rise in the popularity of the premium syrup market.

Many syrups and sweeteners taste wildly different from the flavor they are labeled as. While this may have been acceptable in the past, consumers today prefer a more natural taste and are increasingly concerned with the potential health effects of syrups with chemicals and artificial flavors. Moreover, many companies have yet to add more unique flavor profiles to their product lines. Finding strawberry is simple, but other flavors are often overlooked.

Luckily with 1883 syrups, you are sure to find the flavor you need in the highest quality possible.

The hallmark of 1883 is its commitment to purity and excellence. Not only do these syrups have a high-end look, they are crafted with taste satisfaction in mind.

Each syrup is created to be the best with the most authentic flavors, pure tastes and intense aromas.

The company’s unique flavors include passion fruit, Yuzu lemon, pistachio, orchid and much more. 1883’s syrups have a natural flavor, making them perfect for coffee houses, bars, frozen yogurt shops and juice bars.

The History of 1883 Syrups

1883 Maison Routin was established in the French Alps by an herbalist named Philibert Routin, who had 35 plant species that would allow him to create his own Chambery Vermouth. Routin was inspired by the purity of his surroundings in the Alps, leading him to make the purity of his syrups a priority. Today, more than 130 years later, 1883 offers more than 80 gourmet syrups and many delicious sauces.

Creating Authentic Flavors

The brand achieves its authentic flavors through a unique process. Jean-Noêl Jaubert, a researcher at the National Center for Scientific Research in France, developed the “aromatic spectrum,” which is used in Lab 1883—a sensory analysis facility.

Twenty or more of the best “noses” and “palates” help classify sensorial emotions for ingredients to be blended into the perfect flavor. These sensory specialists use a similar method as the perfume and champagne industries to create new flavors focusing on top and base notes, finish, body and consistency. The resulting flavors are to be treated almost as you would with a fine wine you were tasting for the first time.

A great example of this would be the brand’s blueberry muffin syrup; each ingredient creates an uncanny blueberry muffin flavor. It starts with the nostalgic smell of a fresh, warm blueberry muffin. What follows is the intense burst of ripe blueberry flavor with a subtle buttery finish.


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