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9 Ways to Use Teisseire Syrup
July 19, 2017
Very simply, with cold filtered water.
With Sprite, French lemonade, or sparkling water. Mint syrup is particularly known to be used with
. If you go to France in the summer and would like a refreshing drink, you can order a “Perrier
menthe” at any café. It is simply Perrier sparkling water and a dash of mint syrup.
As Shirley Temples. This is a very easy and delicious drink for kids and adults alike. For one serving, fill a glass with some ice. Add a cup of lemon-lime soda like Sprite, 1 tbsp Teisseire Grenadine Syrup & 1 tbsp orange juice. Enjoy with a straw in the shade of a warm summer day.
As popsicles. Just mix filtered water & grenadine or mint as preferred, and pour into popsicle molds. Wait until frozen and enjoy!
As fun popsicles. You can use the recipe above, add a bit of dark rum, and pour it into popsicle molds. For extra texture, you can add in chopped strawberries or raspberries.
Use Teisseire syrup to add some flavor to sugar for rimming cocktail glasses. Use a tbsp. of syrup for ½ cup of sugar used.
In iced coffee. Add a tbsp. of
syrup to create the delicious mint flavor that you love around Christmas time. There’s no reason why you shouldn’t enjoy it year-round!
In yogurt. Add 2
tsp. syrup with
cup of Trader Joe’s European nonfat yogurt (my personal favorite), but any plain yogurt will do.
In a vinaigrette. Mix 3 tbsp. canola oil, 1 tbsp
syrup, & 2 tsp.
Amora Dijon mustard
. Use over strawberry/basil, or cucumber/feta salads for a delightful summer dish with a sweet touch.
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