Small Hand Foods Raspberry Gum Syrup (8.5 oz.)

SKU #1059993

If you like to make cocktails at home, you should not be without the range of syrups available from Bay Area bartender Jennifer Colliau's Small Hand Foods. Her gum syrups, in particular, not only add sweetness, but viscosity, helping you make cocktails of depth and texture. Raspberry Gum Syrup can also be used as a substitute for grenadine. Colliau uses organic raspberries for a syrup that is bright, voluptuous and packed with berry flavor. Great for fizzes, in a Clover Club or a Maiden's Blush, according to Colliau.

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