Long considered an aphrodisiac, denoting love and romance, lavender was historically used to spice the food of queens, colonists and conquerors. Lavender was then bought from Europe to the Americas, where it was grown as a herb of hospitality, medicine, perfume and spice. We infuse fresh 'Provence' culinary lavender flowers, estate grown for us at Matanzas Creek Winery, as the perfect flavoring for sorbets, shortbreads, champagne cocktails, hot teas or sparkling water.
Your search for the most exotic and delicious lavender syrup has finally come to an end with the discovery of intensely aromatic and uniquely floral Amoretti Premium Violet Lavender Syrup. Lavender has been a common ingredient in the kitchens of Europe for centuries; it has just recently gained popularity as a culinary herb in the United States. Perfect in a piping-hot cup of tea or coffee, Amoretti Premium Violet Lavender Syrup will tickle your taste buds and be sure to have you begging for another cup. You can also use Amoretti Premium Violet Lavender Syrup in iced tea, lemonade, Italian sodas, cocktails, and both savory and sweet culinary creations. Substitute Amoretti Premium Violet Lavender Syrup in any recipe that calls for lavender simple syrup for an elegant and delicious twist. Amoretti Premium Violet Lavender Syrup is delicious for breakfast ecstasy, add Amoretti Premium Violet Lavender Syrup to your favorite pancake, waffle or crÃªpe batter, or to your favorite scone dough. For your garden club luncheon, try a romaine or cabbage salad dressed with lavender syrup vinaigrette, or drizzle some over sliced strawberries and top with a dollop of CrÃ¨me FraÃ®che or Crema Mexicana. Amoretti Premium Violet Lavender Syrup can be a key ingredient in marinades for any type of meat, but especially pork and chicken, and a lemon polenta cake with lavender syrup and raspberries is the perfect ending to even the most elegant of dinner parties. Manufactured in Southern California from natural ingredients, Amoretti Premium Violet Lavender Syrup contains no artificial flavo...
Manufacturer: Crown Maple
Brand: Crown Maple
Crown Maple Dark Color and Robust Taste Syrup shares a similar flavor and aroma character with Amber Color and Rich Taste Syrup, but with more weight, depth and concentration. Aromas of coffee and cocoa beans are present, along with flavors of brown sugar and toasted almond.
"Developed in Baltimore in 1901, King Syrup reigns supreme and has been a category leader in the Mid-Atlantic region for years. King Syrup is a special blend of corn and sugar syrups that are cooked to a temperature that requires glass bottling. This process eliminates extreme sweetness and gives smoother results, yielding a uniquely flavored golden syrup. No wonder it has be called ""America's finest table syrup."" * Originally from Baltimore Maryland. * Makes the best Shoo Fly Pie. * A favorite syrup of the Pennsylvania Amish. Ingredients Corn Syrup, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Refiners Syrup, Water, Potassium Sorbate and Citric Acid"
Boon Farms 100% Pure Maple Syrup, Grade B, 1 Quart - 32 Ounces
Manufacturer: Boon Farms
1 quart (32 oz) of Boon Farms 100% Pure Maple syrup, produced in Greenwood, Wisconsin. Our syrup is hand crafted every season over a wood fire. This pure and natural old-fashioned maple syrup is made from sap of the sugar maple tree. Approximately 40 gallons of maple sap are boiled down to produce the correct density of one gallon of this pure maple syrup. Did you know that pure maple syrup is nature's healthful sweetener? It contains vitamins, minerals, and necessary amino acids. Try it on... grapefruit, hot cereal, granola, plain yogurt, winter squash, or sweet potatoes. Use it as a glaze on meat and over over ice cream. Put it in coffee, milk, or a milkshake. Pour it on pancakes, waffles and french toast.