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Hi all a big ask

I'm trying to source some po (I think its called) it's Turkish fruit concentrate any idea if I can purchase this in England thanks

Simon

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Sorry, cannot help you with that, but perhaps F.F. has heard of it??

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Simon - I've not heard of PO either. Is that the make or were you told it was called that? Which fruit was it? Could it be pomegranate juice concentrate? Have you checked out any of the turkish supermarkets in your area? If none exist where you are, I'll have a look for you.

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İt does not ring a bell to me either, the only 2 İ know off is "Nar" ekşisi, a pomegranate thick salad dressing or "Pekmez" or thick sweet molasse made of grapes or other fruits....

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I have never heard of Po either, what does it look like? What colour?

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Hi all I was told by the barman it was called po various flavours he was using it to flavour our vodka slush lol

I will try and get more info later

Simon

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Not heard of it either - saw the original post and then kept an eye out for flavourings, all İ've seen are the ones mentioned by VR and the one made with carrots (vile stuff)

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Update for you it's called fo and it's a flavoured syrup. Any English equivalent ?

Thanks and sorry for the mix up regarding name

Simon

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English equivalent is Monin cocktail mixer thanks Google

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Glad you found it Simon and thanks for letting us know.

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We will all want to try it now :0)

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