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Product description

Contents: 600ml
Ingredients: sugar / isomerized liquid sugar, syrup juice (Okinawa), acidulant, fragrance, preservative (Na benzoate, paraoxybenzoic acid), coloring agent (yellow 4)
Product size (Height x Depth x Width): 260mm x 70mm x 70mm

Product introduction
A flavorful diluting syrup that uses plenty of Okinawan Shikuwasa juice.
Ideal for chu-hi, cocktails and highball syrups.
You can easily enjoy soft drinks by dividing it by 4 to 5 times with non-alcoholic cocktails, carbonic acid or water.
It can be used as a syrup for shaved ice, as a dessert sauce, and as a confectionery ingredient.
Less than 10% fruit juice when diluted 4-fold.
Ingredients / Ingredients
Sugar / High fructose corn syrup, Siquasar juice / acidulant, flavor, preservative (Na benzoate, paraoxybenzoic acid), coloring agent (yellow 4)
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Captain Seeker 600ml

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