Origin Meaning caramelized sugar, caramel is made by melting sugar in water to create a rich, sweet, glutinous liquid which ranges in colour from beige to amber to dark brown. Used as a single flavour in the form of a sweet or in puddings, desserts, cakes and biscuits, caramel also combines well with other flavours such as fruits.
A must-stock, MONIN Caramel syrup is one of the most popular and versatile flavours in the MONIN range. This golden amber coloured syrup can be used to create sweet coffees, teas and chocolates, comforting dessert cocktails, vodka shots or simply drizzled over ice cream.
Colour Dark amber with copper yellow glints.
Tasting notes Powerful, deep smell and very specific burnt caramel flavour.
Beverage Innovation Directors tips MONIN Caramel syrup fits perfectly with fruit flavours such as with MONIN Apple or Pear in coffee applications. One of my favourite uses is to combine it with MONIN Lemon Pie syrup for a perfectly balanced milkshake.
- Dessert drinks
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