Category: Homemade Syrup

Homemade Hibiscus Syrup

Hibiscus is one of the best ways to bring color and a floral note to your drinks. And with this hibiscus syrup, it is very easy, too.

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Homemade Elderflower Syrup

Homemade Elderflower Syrup makes a beautiful addition to your cocktails. It is sweet, fragrant, and floral with just a hint of citrus.

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Homemade Passion Fruit Syrup

With this recipe for homemade passion fruit syrup, you can bring the exotic, sweet, and sour taste of passion fruits to your cocktails.

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Homemade Grenadine

Grenadine is a common ingredient in many cocktail recipes. But the store-bought versions are often overly sweet and leave you with sub-par cocktails. The solution is simple, make your own homemade Grenadine syrup.

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Homemade Falernum

Falernum is a flavorful syrup most famous for its use in tropical tiki cocktails. Here's a perfect recipe for making Falernum at home.

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Homemade Fig Syrup for cocktails

Fig syrup is a fabulous way to sweeten a drink, giving it a nice color and some little extra fruity flavor. So here's how you bring the taste of the beautiful Mediterranean fruit in your cocktails.

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Prosecco Syrup

Prosecco syrup is an excellent way to sweeten cocktails. Besides the required sweetness, it also brings a hint of grapes and that delightful taste of sparkling wine to your drinks.

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Pineapple syrup

Pineapple syrup is a fantastic way to bring tropical flavors into your cocktails. Learn how to make this fruity syrup that works so exceptionally well in Rum cocktails.

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Oleo Saccharum

Oleo Saccharum is a fragrant mix of sugar and oil. An extract made of peel and rind of citrus fruits that lifts your cocktails to the next level.

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What is Orgeat syrup?

Orgeat is a sweet, almond-flavored syrup that is a vital ingredient to many tiki cocktails. It's creamy and rich with an intense nutty flavor and a hint of citrus.

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