Carob Molasses is prepared according to Arifoğlu methods without applying high heat treatment of Carob fruit grown in the Mediterranean and Aegean Regions. It is produced by concentrating the carob juice obtained by the cold squeezing method in a vacuum system.
Koska products are produced without compromising on quality. Molasses is produced in the factory in Simav, Kütahya, and is not boiled for a long time instead of old methods.Grape Molasses, or Üzüm Pezmez in Turkish, has been a staple pantry ingredient in much of the Mediterranean and Middle East since the 11th century. Before the advent of sugar, pezmez and honey were used as sweetening agents. Koska Grape Molasses, derived only from the concentrated juice of grapes, is rich in flavor and an excellent source of calcium, iron, potassium and magnesium. To enjoy a healthier version of peanut butter and jelly, add a generous swirl of Koska Grape Molasses into a bowl of creamy tahini (sesame seed paste) and dip pieces of crusty bread into the mixture. Koska Grape Molasses is also delicious with Turkish or Greek yogurt and pancakes or waffles with fruit. Once you start experimenting with this luxuriously rich syrup, you might want to use it in salad dressings, meat and poultry marinades, and your favorite baked recipes.
It is a sweet syrup unique to Anatolia, produced by crushing and boiling fruits such as molasses, grapes, figs, carob or mulberry or agricultural products that can easily turn into sugar, such as sugar beet and juniper fruit. Molasses has a dense consistency and dark color. Mulberry fruit is a seedless fruit with seeds and varieties in white and purple. It can be eaten dried or made into molasses. The date the mulberry molasses is made is usually in the middle of June.