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Small Hand Foods Pineapple Gum Syrup (8.5oz)

SKU #1054788

Want to make a Pisco Punch? You're going to need pineapple gum syrup, and there's no better one than this one made by Jennifer Colliau of Small Hand Foods. Infused with pineapple by pressing the fruit and then blending it with the gum syrup, it's bright, with a rich, viscous texture. Add 3/4 ounces of the pineapple gum syrup, 3/4 ounces lemon juice and 2 ounces of Pisco into your cocktail shaker, shake well and strain into a coupe. (Colliau also suggests this for the Hotel Nacionele Speciale, Piña Colada, Kokomo and Gin Fizz Tropical, among other libations on her website.)

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