by: Morris Kitchen
Originating in 2009 with the simple idea to create and share food, Morris Kitchen offers a variety of seasonal syrups to elevate cocktails and cooking. The Brooklyn-based company guarantees that its products contain at least 50% of American ingredients.
Spiced Apple Syrup: New York State apple cider is mixed with mulling spices to create a syrup that is absolutely delicious with any caramel-colored liquor, like in a Apple Orange Hot Toddy. We also like to add it to club soda for an impromptu apple-flavored soda.
Grenadine: This is a brilliantly red syrup that mixes sugar and pomegranate juice with tart cherry juice, Madagascar vanilla bean and orange flower water.
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