Passion fruit syrup is the perfect combination of sweet, sour, and tropical. Passion fruits are naturally sweet but also quite sour, with an almost floral-like aroma. The bright yellow-orange pulp has an intense flavor that’s a little like pineapple, and a little like mango, but with a strong and refreshing acidity. Passion fruit’s tropical sweetness …
If you want the flavor of vanilla in a sweet syrup, there are tons of vanilla syrups available at the grocery store or on Amazon. But what if you’re all out, or you don’t have the supplies to make it at home?
Simple syrup is one of the easiest ingredients to whip up at home, but how do you store it so it stays fresh and tasting great? Let’s dive into syrup storage, shelf life, and how you can help your homemade syrups last as long as possible.
Whether your pantry is out of sugar, or you’re avoiding sugar in your diet, sometimes you need a substitute for simple syrup. Don’t despair – there are many great simple syrup alternatives, no matter what kind of recipe you need it for!
Fall is in full swing and it’s time to spice up that basic simple syrup with all the flavors of the season! This quick and easy recipe uses whole spices and an orange peel for maximum flavor.
The classic Mai Tai is one of the most beautifully simple, yet complex-tasting tiki cocktails. Sadly, like many a classic cocktail, the Mai Tai has been re-invented over the decades as a cheap, fruity punch that bears little resemblance to the original.