Ginger Cocktail Syrup
Ginger Cocktail Syrup: a fiery spice of ginger syrup starts with freshly harvested ginger root juiced to capture its flavor. Balanced with the sweetness of cane sugar that brings out the full flavor of this versatile cocktail syrup. Great for spicing up hot or cold cocktails, full pallet mocktails, or topping with some club soda to make a quick ginger beer.
Ingredients: Ginger juice, Water, Cane sugar, Ginger powder, Citric acid, Xanthan gum
Natural Ingredients Settle, Shake Well
Product Storage: Refrigerate once opened. Store in refrigerator for up to two months. Unopened bottles can be stored without refrigeration for up to two years.
Available Sizes: 150 ML, 375 ML, 750 ML
Product Information: glass bottle
Featured Ginger Cocktail Syrup Recipe: Moscow Mule
2 oz Vodka
1/2 oz Lemon
1 oz Liquid Alchemist Ginger Syrup
pinch of mint
2 oz Club Soda
Shake with ice, then add soda and dump into a collins glass. Garnish with mint sprig
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It’s no secret that ginger is one of the most important ingredients in your favorite cocktails. From the Moscow Mule to a classic daiquiri, it’s always there to add a little spice and kick to your drink. But what you may not know is that this root has been around for thousands of years—and it’s only getting better with age!
Ginger has been used as a tonic root for all ailments since ancient times—the Indians and Chinese both used it as such. It was also highly important as an article of trade, and was exported from India to the Roman empire 2000 years ago where it was valued more for its medicinal properties than as an ingredient in cookery.
Ginger root was popular among the Romans, but its use died out with the empire. It remained virtually unknown in Europe until Marco Polo brought it back to European culture sometime in the late 13th century. However, only the wealthy could afford to buy the rare ginger root.
Today we’ve got fresh ginger on every corner (and not just for Halloween), so there’s no excuse not to try out some new combinations at home! For example: Try adding some fresh mint leaves and lime juice into your next Moscow Mule recipe.