Tamarindo Cocktail Syrup
Tamarindo Cocktail Syrup adds Latin, South-East Asian, North African or Indian Flair to your food or cocktails. A rising favorite amongst many bartenders, this rare spice favorite goes fast, so get it while you can!
Ingredients: Tamarind puree, cane sugar, water, tamarind concentrate, citric acid.
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 Tamarindo Cocktail Syrup Recipe: Tamarindo Margarita
2 oz Tequila or Mezcal
1 oz Liquid Alchemist Tamarindo Syrup
dash Spicy Bitters
Shake with ice and dump on rocks. Garnish with tajin rim and a lime wheel.
Tamarindo is a unique and delicious flavor that can add an exotic twist to your cocktails. Whether you’re looking for a margarita, an Indian mule, or a daiquiri, this syrup will take your drink from ordinary to extraordinary.
The tamarind plant has origins in Africa where it has been commonly utilized as a shade tree. Tamarind was introduced into Mexico where it became commonly used as a flavor of Aguas Frescas—a type of nonalcoholic beverage comprising water, sugar, and one or more seasonal fruits, seeds, cereals, or flowers which are sold primarily in Mexico and other Latin American countries and have since been introduced into the United States. Aguas Frescas are commonly sold at street vendors as well as at restaurants and taquerias and are traditionally served from an authentic Mexican glass dispenser (a vitrolero) with a ladle and poured over ice. Tamarindo is one of the many popular flavors of Aguas Frescas alongside other flavors such as horchata and hibiscus.”