Click here to watch Morgan make this recipe! Hi everyone, it’s definitely been too long since I last posted a recipe so I’m glad I have the opportunity to do something about that today! Our recipe owes its namesake to flan, a popular Spanish dessert. This flavor combination has become quite popular here in the US as well, so we found a recipe that you can use to make your own Caramel Flan Latte. Check out the recipe below to get started! Caramel Flan Latte: ¼oz Monin Vanilla Syrup ½oz Monin Caramel Syrup 1 Double Shot of Espresso Steamed Milk A 12oz Glass Before you do anything else, my suggestion is that you preheat your glass ahead of time with some hot water. This will help prevent temperature loss and keep your drink hotter for longer. After that, begin by measuring and combining your two syrups in your 12oz glass, an ideal tool for this is the Rattleware 3oz Shot pitcher. Next you’ll want to add in your espresso, you can brew directly into the glass if you like, but remember to mix the espresso and the syrups thoroughly and evenly. Steam milk using your preferred method, add it to the espresso and syrup, and enjoy! It’s really that simple. Additionally, if you’re looking to add a bit of flare to your drink, you can garnish it with some whipped cream and nutmeg. Yum!
Monin Syrup 750 ml Glass Bottle
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The "Big Gulp" of Monin syrups. Large 750ml bottles for when you know what flavor you want. Bottles sold individually. Available in Amaretto, Banana Nut Bread, Caramel, Cinnamon, Cinnamon Bun, Cupcake, Dark Chocolate, French Vanilla, Frosted Mint, Hazelnut, Irish Cream, Raspberry, Salted Caramel, Swiss Chocolate, Toasted Almond Mocha, Vanilla, and White Chocolate.
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Monin uses natural fruits, nuts and spices to create a variety of flavors that will make your customers smile. These individual 750 ml bottles give you the ability to mix and match your favorites and expand your menu with more recipe choices. Choose from popular flavors like Caramel, Hazelnut and Vanilla or create your own combination with more exotic flavors like Caribbean Rum, Frosted Mint or Gingerbread.
- Caribbean Rum
- Frosted Mint
- Irish Cream
- Swiss Chocolate
- Toasted Almond Mocha
- White Chocolate
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?
It's always exciting when we get new products, but it’s even more exciting when I can use them for recipes! So, I was obviously delighted when I discovered that we had not one, but three new varieties of Monin syrups that we would be adding to our repertoire of flavors: Cinnamon Bun, Banana Nut Bread, and Cupcake. And of course, there’s really no better way to showcase one of these new flavors than by putting it in a drink! I give you the Cinnamon Bun Latte. Ingredients: 1 oz. Monin Cinnamon Bun Syrup Double Shot Espresso 6 oz. Steamed Milk Whipped Cream Cinnamon Begin by brewing a 1 oz. shot of espresso in an 8 oz. glass, then, steam 6 oz of milk. Measure out 1 oz. of Monin Cinnamon Bun syrup and add it to your espresso. Pour in your milk and stir gently to mix your ingredients. If you like, you can garnish your latte with a bit of whipped cream and powdered cinnamon. Last of all, enjoy! Click Here to watch Morgan whip up a Cinnamon Bun Latte of her own using the Gaggia Classic. For new product updates and other great recipes, like this one, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel!
Peppermint? Chocolate? Coffee? Sounds good to me! This week we've got a recipe for you that takes it easy. Get into the holiday spirit with some Peppermint Chocolate coffee! I really don’t know quite what else to say, this recipe is a snap! Here's what you'll need:1 Tbs of Chocolate Sauce 2 Tbs of Peppermint Syrup Freshly Brewed Coffee Whipped Cream Additional Garnishes* Okay, get ready for this. Start by adding your chocolate sauce and peppermint syrup to your glass. When your syrups are added, top off the glass with some freshly brewed coffee and stir vigorously until everything is thoroughly mixed. Top off your drink with some whipped cream if you like. Toss in a peppermint stick or garnish with some sprinkles or crushed candy cane. Most importantly, enjoy! Watch our recipe video.
Click here to watch Morgan make the shake!It's always exciting when we get new products, and even more so when I can take them into the kitchen and whip up new drinks with them. I’m pleased to say that we’ve got two new additions to our line of Monin gourmet flavoring syrups, French Vanilla and Salted Caramel. While you take some time to decompress this weekend, why don't you give one of our Salted Caramel Espresso Shakes a try? Here’s what you’re going to need: 2oz of Milk 1oz of Espresso 1.5oz of Monin Salted Caramel Syrup 3 Scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream Caramel Ice Cream Sauce Whipped Cream A Blender To be completely honest, with this being a milkshake, all you really have to do is throw everything into the blender and hit blend, but, I did it in this order: Milk, Syrup, Ice cream, Espresso. The logic behind it being that you can have your shot brewing while you add everything else to the blender and just toss it in when it’s done. The caramel sauce is mostly just for show, but you can drizzle it on the insides of the glass to jazz up your drink. When your shot is done, combine it with the rest of the ingredients and blend until smooth. When you’re done blending, top with whipped cream, and drizzle with some more caramel if you’re feeling decadent!
No Such Thing as a Seasonal Drink! Personally I’ve never really grasped the idea of seasonal foods. Granted, some foods are more available during different parts of the year, if something tastes good, it tastes good, no matter what time of the year. So, with that in mind I present you with a new recipe to enjoy any time, the White Chocolate Peppermint Latte. It’s sort of like drinking a candy cane that’s been kissed by velvety smooth white chocolate and to make one of your own you’re going to need: 1 Shot of Espresso (1-1.5oz based on your preferences) ½ Teaspoon of Monin White Chocolate Syrup ¼ Teaspoon of Monin Peppermint Syrup 6oz of Steamed Milk As with any latte, start by brewing your shot, and, if you’ve got a heat exchanger or dual boiler machine, you can steam your milk at the same time. Once your shot is done and your milk is done, combine your syrups in the milk pitcher and swirl them together vigorously. Pour your espresso into a latte glass followed by your milk and enjoy!
Continuing with the trend of recognizing less known holidays, today I'd like to acknowledge National Gingerbread Day. Now, one might wonder how to celebrate gingerbread; I say, with a latte! In honor of this special day, the seasoned baristas here at Whole Latte Love have whipped up just the recipe for the occasion. For the Gingerbread Latte you're going to need. 1 Shot of Espresso 1 tsp. of Gingerbread Syrup 1 tsp. of Vanilla Syrup 6oz of Steamed Milk Whipped Cream Cinnamon or Nutmeg to Garnish Start by brewing your shot, and if you've got a heat exchanger machine, feel free to start steaming your milk too. When you're done brewing, add your espresso to your glass and measure out 1 tsp. of gingerbread syrup and 1 tsp. of vanilla syrup . Combine the syrup with the espresso. Now it's time to add your 6oz of steamed milk. Top with whipped cream, garnish with cinnamon and nutmeg, and enjoy! Want even more detail about how it's made? Follow the link here to watch Morgan and I whip up a gingerbread latte! For more recipes like this one, be sure to check out our other blogs and videos.
Looking for a new drink recipe to make at home? Check out this video on how to make a White Chocolate Peppermint Latte. It's one of my favorites!
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.