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How To Make Your Simple Syrup Last

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Simple syrup is an essential staple for any home bartender, bar or cocktail enthusiast. It is used in cocktails as a sweetener to balance out the sour and bitter flavors. Sugar doesn’t dissolve well on it’s own and can make your cocktail feel granulated. For a great recipe try Jeffrey Morgenthaler’s simple syrup. Pour the homemade simple syrup in an old bottle. Put some tape with a handwritten label on it and date it to ensure it is tossed out when it expires. Simple syrup will last about a month in the fridge. To keep your simple syrup tasting great for longer, add a splash of Volstead Vodka after the syrup has cooled. Keeping great Simple Syrup on hand will allow you to make great cocktails easier whenever you want.

 

 

 

 

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