French children are partial to Teisseire syrups and grenadine is one their favorite flavors, maybe because of the beautiful ruby color. Diluted in plain or sparkling water, Teisseire syrups add a colorful touch to afternoon snacks.
The origin of Teisseire dates back to the early 18th century, when Mathieu Teisseire started making fruit based beverages. Today Teisseire makes the most popular syrups in France.
600 ml / 20.3 fl oz
Ingredients: fruit juices from concentrate (including raspberry, elderberry, redcurrant, blackcurrant, and lemon), sugar, water, glucose-fructose syrup, citric acid, flavorings, no colorings, no preservatives
Posted by Unknown on 5th Feb 2015
For all ages!
Posted by Unknown on 19th Apr 2014
We have been using a different product in our mixed drinks as well as sparkling water for years. I found this on Amazon.com and ordered a few bottles. WOW very tasty, fruity and light and did not weigh down what the original drink was, but added to the flavor. I just ordered 8 bottles from this website and they came packed individually. Thank you for a wonderful product and great shipping. I will be ordering more in the future.
Posted by Unknown on 6th Apr 2014
This is the best... I absolutly love the Sirop Teissere, especially the Grenadine flavor. My boyfriend and his son also love it. It is a special treat when we have it in the house.
I am so glad Simply Gourmand sells it.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Mar 2014
We used to drink these Teisseire drink all the time and my favorite was the grenadine one! Mix it with a little milk and it became the best milk ever! lol
Posted by Kafui on 25th Feb 2014
More than the taste of this delicious grenadine, it's the aroma of the sweet syrup that brings back warm memories of my mother and the breakfast table of my early childhood. I'm so glad I was able to find this grenadine. I bought the black currant flavor too and it's equally delicious...but the grenadine flavor, I like to say, smells like my childhood!
Posted by Catherine on 28th Jan 2014
The Grenadine Syrup is one of the best, an all-time kids' favorite. Teisseire (one flavor or another) was always on the table when I was growing up. My kids love the Grenadine too, and it gives them a very sweet European/French experience. I'm so glad I found this website!