Sugar syrup (also called simple syrup) is basically just a mix of sugar and water. Sugar syrup is also one of the most essential ingredient in cocktails.
Sugar syrup (or simple syrup) Recipe
Sugar syrup (also called simple syrup) is basically just a mix of sugar and water. Sugar syrup is also one of the most essential ingredient in cocktails. When we first started making cocktails, we didn't realise what a staple sugar syrup is. It's used in a ton of cocktails and a lof of drinks that we make with Bright Night Gin. It's also very easy to make as well and we often make 200-300ml and leave it in the fridge. If it's properly sealed, it will last in the fridge for a few weeks. Adding simple syrup really balances out the acidity of most cocktails and allows you to have that extra flavour in your cocktails. There are different richness of sugar syrups. The normal ration is 1:1 and a rich sugar syrup is 2:1 ratio. For our cocktails we mostly use a 100 grams sugar to 100 ml water ratio.
Here are the ingredients and steps to make a great Sugar syrup (or simple syrup)
Sugar syrup (or simple syrup) Ingredients
How to make Sugar syrup (or simple syrup)
Sugar syrup (or simple syrup) Gallery
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