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Fly_Guy

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I did a few searches on here and couldn't find anything about this.

Has anyone heard of colomafrozen.com?

They offer a plethora of fruit concentrates, and list what Brix it was concentrated too. Seems like everything is 100% fruit, no preservatives. It is a bit on the pricy side, looks like $25.00 per 1.5 quarts and I didn't look into what shipping would cost.

Just curious if anyone has used them or knows about them.

Thanks for any and all info.
 

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They have been around forever. My parents used to get frozen fruits and vegetables through a Michigan Farm Bureau member-to-member sale and Coloma packed it all. Haven't heard the name probably since the late 80's. Saving the link for future uses.
 
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Well sweet! I'm glad I found something useful for once.

Batman72, would you mind giving us an update on quality and what not once you get around to using it? Thanks!
 

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Hey Fly_Guy I got the concentrate very fast within days and put the peach concentrate right to use, I only added one cup of sugar and I was able to get a SG reading of 1.090 it has been going for a few days now and seems to look great and it smells amazing, I will try and update when it get to the first racking to give an update on the taste of the wine.
 
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