Part of the enticing floral range of Monin syrups, Jasmin syrup has a deeply intense and aromatic flavour which evokes the buds of the night blooming jasmine flower. With its cloudy hues and rich floral flavour it lends itself to pretty, delicate cocktail combinations as well as those with an Asian twist. The flavour of jasmine is highly floral but just a couple of drops is enough to give your drinks the essence of this flavour.
The natural zing of the kiwi fruit is a powerful taste that can be used in many ways. Monin Kiwi syrup is intense and vibrant, with the full flavour of ripe kiwis coming through. It’s a flavour which marries wonderfully with other refreshing fruits such as strawberries and melons so team it with your next daiquiri or consider a shot or two with your Midori-based cocktail. Monin Kiwi syrup is an alternative to your limes and lemons but still has that sweet, fruity taste.
Lavender has risen in popularity when it comes to both drinking and eating and Monin Lavender syrup allows you to pop the essence of this intensely flavoured flower into your drinks. Luminous purple in colour it is great for creating a stand out cocktail and the strong flavour matches wonderfully with chocolate and cream-based drinks. Give your Martinis a fragrant twist or pop it into a premium vodka based long drink for an aromatic, refreshing twist.
For a taste of China, lychees are the way to go. Super sweet with a biting tartness, Monin Lychee syrup allows you to immerse your drinks in the natural sweetness of the ancient Chinese fruit. Both tropical and sub-tropical in nature, the lychee works wonderfully with other exotic fruits such as coconuts or wonderfully on its own with a spirit of your choice. Lychee syrup balances floral and fruity notes with a refreshing tartness that can deepen the flavour profile of your drinks.
Exotic and striking, the mango fruit is both revered in many countries in Asia and enjoyed as a vibrant cocktail ingredient in the West. Monin Mango syrup is mild yet retains the exotic essence of the mango and offers up all of its natural sweetness with a hint of welcome acidity. Mango syrup is a wonderful addition to your exotic summer cocktails alongside its partner in crime coconut and sensational when teamed with white rum.
In Canada it’s a daily staple but how often do you get a shot of warm, aromatic maple syrup? Monin Maple Spice syrup is a distinctively sweet and aromatic, with hints of cloves, cinnamon and even gingerbread. The richness of the syrup means you may only need a drop or too to instil a really sweet and maple-inspired depth to your drinks. Ideal for liqueur coffees and dessert-style cocktails, with more depth than sugar syrups, Monin Maple Spice syrup adds flavour as well as sweetness.
The fruity juice of the melon is a delicate yet long-lasting flavour which settles on the tongue and lingers long after you’ve taken a sip. Monin Melon syrup uses the unique flavour of the Cavaillon melon, known for its blue-green striped rind and orange juicy flesh, to create its light yet powerful syrup. The succulent and aromatic taste of Cavaillon melon can give your cocktails an additional sweet edge or simply team with your favourite spirit and mixture.
Whether it’s a mojito or a faux-ito you’re after, it won’t be complete without a strong and refreshing shot of mint and a hint of zesty lime. Monin Mojito syrup is a must if you’re looking to combine these flavours and offer depth to this classic Cuban cocktail. A strong spearmint smell is followed by a perfect marriage of sweet mint and hints of lime, ideal for ensuring the natural mint leaves and lime in your creations are enhanced by further depth.
Sharp and intensely satisfying blackberries are an exotic cocktail ingredient which are a little different to the norm. Monin Blackberry syrup gives you the chance to add a sharp tang to your favourite drink and with its wild and natural blackberry smell combined with the sweetest, natural blackberry juice flavour, you will experience a real hit of flavour with even the smallest dash. We recommend you pop a few drops into a classic Collins or fragrant Caipirinha.
The sweet, nutty taste of the almond adds depth to your drinks and allows a regular liqueur coffee to become a thing of beauty. Monin Orgeat syrup takes the essence of almond and its rich, pleasant aroma and adds depth to your alcohol and non-alcoholic creations. The distinct bitterness of the almond pit works closely with the sweetness of the nuts themselves, a dash of Monin Orgeat syrup will enhance the flavour profile of your drinks.
All this syrup is missing is the crunch of the passion fruit’s seeds, in every other way it is a wonderful replica of the strong, fruity flavour of the fruit itself. Monin Passion Fruit syrup exudes exotic fragrances and a warming sourness which is balanced against the candy sweetness the fruit is known for. The marriage of sweet and sour is simply made for sours cocktails, rum punches and any cocktail or mocktail that needs a little bit of a mysterious kick.
There’s more to peaches than your favourite bottle of Archers, add peach syrup to other spirits, cocktails and more. Monin Peach syrup retains the super sweet flavour of the white peach and exudes sweet, enticing aromas of the ancient fruit. Whether you team it with white spirits or dark, or simply pop a couple of drops into your favourite long drink, the enduring peach flavour will enhance the overall flavour of your chosen tipple.
We dare you to try a classic Pina Colada without a sharp dash of pineapple syrup. Yes, you could opt for juice or fresh fruit but Monin Pineapple syrup has a sweet, juicy flavour and you’re immediately hit with the scent of freshly ripened pineapples, refreshing and tart. You can combine the syrup with much more than your favourite Pina Coladas too, try it in a rum cocktail or pop it into a Long Island Ice Tea for something a little different from the norm.
A fabulous pink grapefruit syrup, sweet yet somehow juicy and citrussy. Will compliment all manner of cocktails and punches (particularly good with tequila) and add a splash of summer to everything you choose to mix it with.
First discovered in South America, Pink Peppercorn is not really pepper, being particularly atypical, perfumed and strong. With its intense pink colour, its naturally sweet heart and notes of red fruit, pink peppercorn packs a unique aromatic punch. Use MONIN Pink Peppercorn syrup to impart body and exotic flavours to many cocktails, mocktails, and iced tea applications…
Delicately sweet, evoking memories of decadent handmade ice cream, Monin Pistachio is both distinctive and can be added to all kinds of drinks from creamy coffees to milk-based cocktails as well as those using chocolate-based spirits and liqueurs. With a biblical background pistachio is an ancient and memorable flavour which lends itself to winter warmers and thick, luxurious drinks which need a hit of something extra to add interest and depth.
A burst of red berries accompanies the flavour of Monin Pomegranate syrup, inviting you to add a dash to all your favourite drinks. A complex flavour profile, Monin Pomegranate syrup is principally a sweet and boldly fragrant mixture of the exotic pomegranate with other flavourful red berries including cherries and redcurrants. Create stunning ruby red cocktails, add a spark to spirit and lemonade long drinks or try out something completely different.
Monin Popcorn syrup brings back memories of childhood, trips to the cinema and the sweetness that came with them. The essence of that classic Popcorn flavour has been bottled and remains true a classic childhood memory. Be daring, dash in a couple of drops and give your cocktails a little nostalgic kick.
A delicate and traditionally English flavour, rose has become highly popular in cocktails and long drinks. It’s a way of adding a fragrant and aromatic essence to your delicate, fruity cocktails. You can create a delicate, romantic cocktail with this vibrant pink rose syrup from Monin. The delicate perfume of the rose blooms from the bottle and the flowery intense flavour is wonderfully teamed with light fruity cocktails and even the occasional milk-based drink.
The decadence of caramel combined with the complement of salt makes for a surprising flavour pairing. The Salted Caramel Syrup delivers this salty sweetness to create rich, delicious hot and cold drinks of every kind.
One of the classic flavours that Monin have always known works, vanilla can be teamed with so many other flavours it’s a must for your drinks cabinet. One of the most versatile syrup flavours there is, Monin Vanilla syrup is intensely flavoured with vanilla pods and its nose include notes of brandy as well as vanilla. Intensify the aromatic nature of your creamy cocktails, add decadence to your coffee liqueurs or simply add a tot when you can’t be without your favourite flavour.
Parma Violets – did you love them or hate them? Either way you probably remember them and their flavour is wonderfully brought to life in Monin Violet syrup. With an authentic aroma of fresh violet blossom the flavour combines acidity and a touch of sweetness which has a candy-inspired edge. The violently violent hues of the syrup make it ideal for bright, floral drinks as well as candy-themed cocktails and fragrant long drinks.
One of the most popular flavours in Central and Eastern Europe watermelon is refreshing and an alternative flavour for your favourite cocktails and drinks. Create a new classic with Monin Watermelon syrup and enjoy the thirst-quenching flavour of the fresh watermelon teamed with your favourite spirits and mixers. Though delicate, the flavour of the watermelon lingers and works wonderfully in exotic punches and sparkling cocktails, with the purity of the taste taking centre stage.
MONIN Winter Spice syrup is the ultimate blend of spices that enhances all your winter drinks. This flavour combination of ginger, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and a little bit of chilli will bring a subtle, warm and cosy feeling to all your creations.
Sweet and mellow and powerfully close in flavour to the fruit it bears the name of, Monin Yellow Banana syrup has everything but the texture of an actual banana. With a silky smooth banana flambe flavour and a lingering ripe banana scent, you can add this syrup to all manner of cocktail creations, from layered cream-based drinks to those long drinks that simply need one more flavour to complete them.
We’ve added a richer expression of Quinine for a fuller, drier Gin & Tonic. This premium tonic pairs wonderfully with a classic, juniper forward Gin.
All of the nuanced flavors of our Original Classic Tonic Syrup that you have grown to love, with an added bitterness and none of that terrible aftertaste left behind with commercial tonic waters.
The folks at Jack Rudy Cocktail Co believe they’ve managed to create the closest possible thing to a perfect Gin & Tonic.
For the Tonic Trio, they’ve combined their flagship product, Small Batch Tonic, with their Elderflower Tonic – a floral and bright riff – and their newest expression, Extra Bitter Tonic, which was developed for the UK market as a richer, more bitter mixer.
While the Small Batch Tonic is versatile in countless applications, the Elderflower Tonic pairs beautifully with Tequila and dark spirits, and the Extra Bitter Tonic makes for a perfect Gin & Tonic when paired with classic, Juniper-forward gins.
This collection makes a fantastic gift, or as an addition to your own home bar.
An artisanal tonic water concentrate from South Carolina – just add soda to make a regular tonic, or use it in cocktails for a punch of flavour. It combines concentrated quinine, a secret blend of botanicals, and real cane sugar. An excellent partner to any gin or vodka.
When updating the cocktail olive, the Jack Rudy team celebrated their affinity for a classic Martini: a nice splash of Dry Vermouth, and the punch of juniper & coriander that we associate with a great Dry Gin. Our olives, grown in California, share that same flavor profile; they are a hearty olive, unstuffed, with a flavourful brine that you’ll no doubt find a suitable use for.
These olives are the ideal companion to that classic cocktail, as well as a Bloody Mary – or, as the Italians do it, with a nice Spritz. You might even find them good enough to eat straight from the jar.