This is a slightly opaque red-orange syrup. Definitely fruity, a little floral, and with a hint of savory flavor—not unlike yellow tomatoes. Dilute it with seltzer for a sophisticated spritzer or use it as a sweet base for a winter cocktail.
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Once a New England staple, this simple cider syrup is a versatile addition to any pantry of home-canned goodies.
Tart, sweet, cool, and refreshing, fruit loy kaew has been a favorite among the Thai for ages. Infusing the simple syrup with dried spices makes old-fashioned Thai dessert even more special.
The red wine "suicide" is a really great way to use up a splash of this and a splash of that after a dinner party, but by no means do you have to use an assortment of wine. I've made this before using Grenache and Zinfandel, and both worked splendidly.
To be perfectly honest, I enjoy this syrup best with only 5 ounces of brown sugar. The lower sugar version makes a deep, rich, sophisticated chocolate syrup. But not "Hershey's Syrup." The absolute hallmark of Hershey's is its sweetness, so to stay true to your childhood memories, stick with 9 ounces.