Simple Syrup

July 17, 2008 at 5:42 am Leave a comment

I used to run quickly away from any recipe calling for simple syrup, but this really is SIMPLE.  Forget sugary, corn syrupy store bought mixers for you drinks, mix some simple syrup of your own!


  • Equal Parts:
  • Water
  • Icing/Confectioner’s Sugar/Regular White Sugar

Brink water to boil.  Pour equal amounts of boiling water and sugar together.  Mix.  Cool.  Use it and keep extras in the fridge.

It will make a big difference in your cocktails.  Go the distance, boil, pour and stir–you can do it!


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