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|Main ingredients||Fruit, invertase, chocolate|
|150 (calories may vary depending on brand) kcal|
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The liquid center found in some cordials is made using invertase to hydrolyze sucrose in the filling, a process that can take up to two weeks. This makes it a requirement to age the cordials in storage before consuming them to ensure the filling has become liquid. Some fillings include cherry, strawberry, raspberry and blueberry.
- LaBau, Elizabeth. What is Invertase? About.com. Retrieved April 11, 2015.
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