A lovely pear syrup from Monin - a mix of sweet fresh and Williams pear aromas and flavours. As you'd imagine, this syrup works particularly well with anything chocolate-flavoured (especially hot chocolate), and it's also great for pepping up a vodka martini.
As Monin's orange syrup is derived from a citrus fruit, it's acidic - so it won't combine well with steamed milk if you were thinking of adding it to your cappuccino. However, it will make all manner of other drinks more orangey, including smoothies, punches, black coffee and cocktails - particularly recommended with tropical fruit martinis.
A deliciously sweet and sour lime-flavoured syrup from French maestros Monin. Fresh lime peel flavours with a tart sherberty edge, really perfect for lazy versions of various classics: use it to tart up margaritas, G&T's, palomas and just about any other citrus-and-white-spirit concoction you can think of.
An intensely-flavoured fig syrup from master-producers Monin, incorporating the flavours of both fresh and dried figs into an intense syrup perfect for jams and chutneys as well as long summer coolers. Great with lemonade.
One of Monin's more unusual flavours, this gorgeous blood orange syrup perfectly captures the fruit's bittersweeet balance. Superb with ice and lemonade or tonic as a long summer cooler, and a natural partner for many vodka cocktails.
Blue Curaçao is a bright blue orange-flavoured liqueur made with the dried peel of oranges from the West Indian island of the same name. This is a non-alcoholic Curaçao syrup from French maestros Monin, guaranteed to turn your cocktails and fruit punches a particularly eye-catching colour.
Monin's take on one of the world's favourite biccies has all the biscuity chocolatey flavour you could hope for - the only thing it's lacking is a crunch! Highly recommended for milkshakes and coffees, as well as wickedly naughty cocktails.
It's probably not a good idea to put this in your sandwiches, but if it's iced tea, martinis or just a big glass of ice adn soda, you can't go wrong with Monin's marvellous cucumber syrup. We suspect this will be sensational in gin cocktails.
Monin has a knack for capturing the flavours of a cocktail without the alcohol, and this Pina Colada syrup has the tantalisingly delicious tropical flavour of everyone's favourite pineapple and coconut cocktail.
With the revival of the Aviation cocktail and a general upswing in interest in floral flavours for cocktails, Monin's violet syrup is very much de la mode. Deep, sweet violet flavours - use sparingly in gin fizzes for best results.
Monin's syrups are really very naughty, sent to tempt us with their hedonistic delights - and it doesn't get much indulgent than a white chocolate syrup! Needless to say, this is divine in vodka martinis, on your pudding or in your coffee. Bliss!
Monin's maple spice is not the same the normal maple syrup so beloved by our friends across the pond, but is a lighter-style syrup with the same flavour, plus the addition of some lip-smacking ginger, cinnamon and clove spice notes. As such it is perfect for all kinds of hot and cold drinks, from Americanos to martinis.
One of Monin's most interesting and unusual nut syrups, this chestnut flavour is modelled on the popular French chestnut sweet Marron Glacé and has a touch of creamy vanilla. Great with coffee and also recommended with Belgian white beers.
Aniseed is one of the drinks world's most popular flavours, cropping up in absinthe, raki, pastis, sambuca and ouzo to name just a few. Monin have produced a marvellous aniseed syrup and recommend it with chocolate sauce in hot cocoa, which sounds pretty amazing.