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Sugar syrup

Sugar syrup (aka. simple syrup, gomme syrup and sirop de gomme) is a solution of sugar and water that is cooked over low heat until clear, then boiled for a minute or so. It can be made in various densities:

Thin
3 parts water to 1 part sugar
Medium
2 parts water to 1 part sugar
Heavy
equal parts water and sugar
Source: The food lover's companion by S.T.Herbst.

Used in the following 52 drinks:

Ingredient Information:
Category:
Flavoring / Syrup
Alcohol:
Non alcoholic

Related ingredients:

  • Sugar
  • Water

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