Product details
Nutritional values

Blackcurrant Classic

Available in different sizes
  • Product details

    Grether's Blackcurrant - our traditional original with the natural juice of the blackcurrant in the 110g tin.

    • Gluten-free Gluten-free
    • Lactose-free Lactose-free
  • Ingredients

    Glucose syrup, sugar, edible gelatine, molasses, acidifier (citric acid), blackcurrant juice (1.7 %), glycerine (0.5 %), thickener (agar-agar), vegetable oil (coconut and rapeseed oil), glazing agent (beeswax), flavouring, colouring agent (vegetable carbon)

  • Nutritional values

    Content Nutritional values per 100g
    Energy 1550 kJ/365 kcal
    Fat 0,2 g
    of which saturated fatty acids 0,2 g
    Carbohydrates 76 g
    of which sugar 76 g
    Protein 12 g
    Salt 0 g
Available in different sizes

Blackcurrants are among the fruits richest in vitamin C

The incomparably fruity-mild essence gives our soothing pastilles their unmistakable taste and striking, deep-dark appearance. Grether's Blackcurrant is available with sugar and sugar-free with the sweeteners maltitol syrup and acesulfame-K.

Use Grether's Blackcurrant at the first sign of an unpleasant feeling in the throat and voice area and enjoy the intense fruit flavour of blackcurrant with all your senses.

Blackcurrants are among the fruits richest in vitamin C: 

  • They support the work of the immune system
  • With their ingredients they strengthen the gums
  • They soothe a sore throat
  • They protect the voice

Use of sun-ripened fruits

The thornless shrub of the black currant grows to about 1 to 2 metres in height and is found in the wild in damp areas and floodplains, as well as cultivated in gardens. In Central Europe, the ripe berries are harvested from July to August. Blackcurrant is often made into jam, jelly and juice and is used in the perfumery industry as a fruity fragrance essence. Under the French name Cassis, the intense-tasting berry is offered as a liqueur or syrup.

Only sun-ripened fruits are used for Grether's. Harvesting only takes place when the fruits have fully developed their intense aroma and beneficial effects. The berries are then gently picked, handpicked and processed with care and experience.