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Small Hand Foods Raspberry Gum Syrup 251ml

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Seller: onlybitters (181) 100%, Location: Fairfield Melbourne, Ships to: AU, Item: 172357630166 Small Hand Foods Raspberry Gum Syrup 251ml Country of origin: USA Alcohol content: 0% Alcohol by Volume Called for in many early cocktail recipes, raspberry gum syrup is often substituted for grenadine due to its intense berry color. Its flavor, however, is distinctly bushberry, candied and less tannic than grenadine. Try a Jack Rose with both; you'll be surprised at the difference. Incorporating organic raspberries into gum syrup yields a bright yet unctuous liquid with concentrated berry flavor and mouth-coating viscosity. Try it in a Clover Club or Maiden's Blush, or use it to sweeten your favorite fizz. About Small Hand Foods: Small Hand Foods is owned and operated by Jennifer Colliau, a San Fracisco Bay Area native and bartender of 12 years. She has garnered praise for both her Small Hand Foods creations and her unique bartending style. What is "gum?" What is "gomme?" "Gum" in these syrups refers to gum arabic, the resin from the gum acacia tree. It has little flavor and is used to add viscosity to cocktails. It was prevalent in cocktail books in the late 1800s, but by the 1920s, bartenders tended to favor straight simple syrup as it was far cheaper and easier to make. However, simple syrup cannot compare to the lush texture and viscosity of a true gum syrup. Using it in spirit-forward cocktails like Old Fashioneds, Sazeracs and Juleps transform flavorful yet thin cocktails into rich, luscious examples. As for the spelling, "gomme" is the French word for gum. Several French words migrated into bartending guides, gomme as well as orgeat (literally barley, but evolved into almond syrup) and grenadine (from grenade, pomegranate) as well as bartending terms like frappe. Being the grammar nerd that Jennifer is, she couldn't put two languages in the same product title. If she had gone French, the Pineapple Gum Syrup label would have read "Gomme D'Ananas," and then no one would have known what it was. As for the Orgeat, Jennifer felt the French word had come into the common lexicon enough to warrant its use. Please refrigerate after opening Once opened, a bottle of Small Hand Foods syrup can last anywhere from a few weeks to a few months, depending on storage conditions. Temperature, frequent opening and closing, and local bacteria and yeasts can all affect the life of an opened bottle of syrup. Kept refrigerated and used only now and then, as they might be in someone's home, syrups may last a couple months. Kept at room temperature and used frequently, as they would be in a bar setting, bottles will usually last a couple of weeks. In either case, it's easy to tell when syrup has gone off: if it develops mold, gets fizzy, or smells like cider vinegar, throw it out. Our syrups are made from food, so treat them as such and your cocktail experience will benefit! SHIPPING RETURNS CONTACT US--> PAYMENT We can ship to any address in Australia. We use Australia Post eparcel service, with a signature and proof of id required from the recipient. If no one is available to sign for the parcel, a collection card will be left in your post box by Australia Post advising you of the nearest Post Office Outlet where it will be held for you to pick up. Please make sure you take your id in order to pick up the parcel. You may return unopened items within 14 days of delivery for a full refund. We'll also pay the return shipping costs if the return is a result of our error (you receive an incorrect or defective item, etc.). The concept behind Onlybitters.com was born out of frustration at not being able to procure the various bitters used by great craft cocktail barmen from around the globe, here in Australia. We have since expanded our range to include an impressive selection of tonic syrups, shrubs (drinking vinegars), artisan syrups and more. Our online store was created as a niche one stop shop to cater to all you Australian cocktail enthusiasts. No more worrying about customs duties or limits, or large shipping fees from buying from overseas online retailers. That's what we do. We aim to provide you with a consistent supply of the widest variety and range of bitters from around the world. We also carry great Cocktail Books as well as our latest foray into DIY items such as cinchona bark and empty bitter bottles for the many enthusiasts who are making their own bitters, tonics and shrubs. Onlybitters is the brainchild and the labour of JD & Sophia, passionate cocktail enthusiasts located in Melbourne Australia. --> We accept PayPal ABOUT OUR COMPANY The concept behind Onlybitters.com was born out of frustration at not being able to procure the various bitters used by great craft cocktail barmen from around the globe, here in Australia. We have since expanded our range to include an impressive selection of tonic syrups, shrubs (drinking vinegars), artisan syrups and more. Our online store was created as a niche one stop shop to cater to all you Australian cocktail enthusiasts. No more worrying about customs duties or limits, or large shipping fees from buying from overseas online retailers. That's what we do. We aim to provide you with a consistent supply of the widest variety and range of bitters from around the world. We also carry great Cocktail Books as well as our latest foray into DIY items such as cinchona bark and empty bitter bottles for the many enthusiasts who are making their own bitters, tonics and shrubs. Onlybitters is the brainchild and the labour of JD & Sophia, passionate cocktail enthusiasts located in Melbourne Australia. You may also be interested in... --> Brand: Small Hand Foods, MPN: 4SMHFRASP

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