Monin Organic Syrups 750 ml Bottle

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Monin syrup is now available in an environmentally friendly, USDA certified organic formula! "Monin Organic Syrups are made with organic evaporated cane juice and the finest natural/organic flavors available." GMO free, Gluten free, Kosher and Vegan, Monin Organic Syrups are perfect for the discerning coffee drinker, making a great complement to soy lattes and mochas. Monin Organic Syrups have a distinctive new label, and are available in Caramel, Chocolate, Hazelnut, Raspberry and Vanilla. Sold in individual 750ml bottles or in a pack of 6.

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Monin Organic Syrups are the perfect choice for customers who are environmentally and health conscience. Created with organically grown evaporated cane juice, filtered water and naturally extracted flavors, Monin’s organic recipe delivers the purest flavors imaginable. Flash pasteurizing and hot glass filling insure each 330 ml bottle will maintain a long shelf life without refrigeration, and with unique flavors like Hazelnut, Caramel and Raspberry, Monin Organic Syrups make a great compliment to soy lattes and mochas.

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Sold in packs of six 330 ml bottles.

Flavors

  • Caramel
  • Hazelnut
  • Raspberry

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How Sweet It Is - Sugar Alternatives for Your Coffee

Posted By: Whole Latte Love
May 28, 2013 02:50PM
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There are two kinds of coffee drinkers -- those who love nothing more than black coffee and those who prefer to add a little something to their brews. If you belong to the latter camp and have grown tired of plain old sugar, we've got a few sweet alternatives for you. Honey Though it usually accompanies tea, honey can be just as good in coffee. Try adding a teaspoon or two of this sweet stuff into your morning cup of Joe. Not only can honey soothe a scratchy throat, it has also been known to boost the immune system. Maple Syrup We've tried it in the office. A little splash of pure maple syrup can add a nice touch to "breakfast" coffee. It will round out the notes of a coffee and add a slight aroma, not a bad thing on a cold morning. Agave Nectar Often available in organic varieties, agave nectar offers a natural alternative to sugar. Since it's already in liquid form, agave nectar can easily be used to sweeten iced coffee. Flavored Syrup Not only will they add a hint of flavor and aroma to a drink, syrups, such as Monin Syrups, can also be used to sweeten your beverage. Best of all, Monin Syrups are available in organic and sugar-free options. Condensed Milk An essential ingredient in Vietnamese coffee, condensed milk acts as sweetener and creamer in one. Try it in an Americano or drip coffee but remember, a little bit goes a long way. We're curious to know, what do you take in your coffee? And, are you willing to give unconventional sweeteners a try?

Treat Yourself! French Vanilla Iced Latte

Posted By: Nick B
Nov 02, 2012 01:12PM
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If you remember back to when I posted a recipe for the Salted Caramel Espresso milkshake that used Monin’s new syrup, or if you watched the video, you probably noticed that there was another syrup that didn’t get quite as much attention, the all new French Vanilla. Well, we’re remedying that right now! This weekend, prepare yourself for the French Vanilla Iced Latte! Here’s what you’ll need: 2 Shots of Espresso Cold Milk Ice Cubes 1 1/4oz of Monin French Vanilla Syrup A 16oz Glass This recipe might go down as one of the easiest I’ve ever blogged about. Begin by filling your glass with ice, when that’s done, add your espresso and your syrup. Top off the rest of the glass with your milk and stir (or shake if you dig that sort of thing) to mix everything thoroughly. Garnish that bad boy with whipped cream and enjoy! Watch the recipe video.

Recipe: Caribbean Frappe

Posted By: Whole Latte Love
May 25, 2011 01:44PM
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In honor of the recently released Pirates of the Caribbean movie, this month's recipe is an island favorite. Gather your friends and enjoy a few Carribean Frappes this summer! Ingredients - 70ml of milk - single shot of espresso - 20ml of Monin Vanilla Syrup - 10ml of Monin Caribbean Rum Syrup Preparation Pour the ingredients into a blender and add ice. Blend until you get a smooth consistency. Pour into a glass and serve.


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