Grenadine Cocktail Syrup
Grenadine Cocktail Syrup is Shirley Temple’s favorite companion and a bartender’s go-to add-in. Grenadine syrup has been used as the primary inspiration for many cocktails and sweet-treat mocktails. This home-bartender staple will get poured over and over again, probably better get two!
Ingredients: Pomegranate juice, pomegranate molasses, cane sugar, orange blossom water, 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 Grenadine Cocktail Syrup Recipe: Red Velvet
1 1/2 oz Mulholland Gin
3/4 oz Lemon
3/4 oz Liquid Alchemist Grenadine
Shake hard and strain up into a cocktail glass. Garnish with a cucumber ribbon.
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Grenadine Cocktail Syrup is a sweet and syrupy mix of pomegranate juice, sugar, and water. It’s perfect for adding to your favorite drink or cocktail.
The name “grenadine” comes from the French word grenade, which means pomegranate. The syrup was originally prepared from pomegranate juice, sugar, and water. It’s not related to the Grenadines archipelago or the city of Grenada in Spain.
Grenadine is often known for the iconic Shirley Temple. The name “Shirley Temple” comes from the young girl who famously drank them. The cocktail was first prepared by Charles Kremenec at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles in 1934.
Invented by Charles Kremenec, a bartender at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California.
The drink was created for an 11-year old girl named Shirley Temple (born 1928) and became popular after she was spotted drinking it at a restaurant.