Limes, often known as the "South American lemon," are tiny green-yellow fruits with sour, acidic flesh that are typically smaller and less sour than lemons.
India, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, and Spain are the top five lime-producing countries. Limes are utilized for both the acidity of the juice and the flowery scent of the rind in Mexican, Thai, and Vietnamese cuisine, as well as Persian, Iraqi, and Indian cuisine. Popular uses include ceviche (raw seafood cooked in lime juice), lime pickle, marmalade, and sorbet.
The acidic, fragrant flavor of lime may be found in many traditional cocktails, including Gin and Tonic, Caipirinha, Margarita, Mojito, and Cuba Libre.
Recreate a classic cocktail or conjure a new inspiration with a South American vibe with the sweet acidic taste of MONIN Lime syrup.
Yellow with green glints.
Strong nose of lime peel, sweet and acidic taste, a bit tart.