In some countries, the term “squash” is used to refer to concentrated fruit syrups or cordials that are diluted with water to create a refreshing beverage. These fruit syrups are often mixed with water or soda to make a flavored drink.
If “Malta squash” is a type of fruit-based squash or cordial, it might be made from the Malta fruit, which is also known as the sour orange or Seville orange. The Malta fruit is a type of citrus fruit with a sour and bitter taste, often used for making marmalade and other citrus-based products.
To make Malta squash, the Malta fruit’s juice could be extracted and mixed with sugar or sweetener to create a concentrated syrup. This syrup can then be diluted with water or soda to make a refreshing and tangy beverage.