As with most other of their exotic fruit varieties, Monin's mango syrup is exceptionally versatile, equally at home in the kitchen as behind the bar, with a wide range of applications including desserts and milkshakes as well as in punches or other rum-based cocktails.
This delicious melon syrup from Monin is based on Cavaillon melons from Provence, which impart a fabulously juicy melon fruit flavour to all manner of delicious puddings, punches and cocktails - they even recommend combining it with amaretto, espresso and milk for a Melon Latte.
An intriguing syrup from Monin - like their Gin Saveur and Irish Coffee syrups, this cunning concoction is designed to give the flavour of a much-beloved alcoholic drink - without the alcohol. This Mojito mint syrup delivers a refreshing spearmint and lime flavour perfect for all manner of mocktails, as well as being rather good in assorted hot beverages of your choice.
Monin's passionfruit syrup has an unmistakably exotic flavour, and can add wonderful sweet tropical fruit notes to all manner of delicious cocktails (particularly punches and martinis). It's also pretty handy in the kitchen, especially with vanilla ice cream.
Perhaps the most emphatically tropical of all Monin's syruyps, with wonderfully juicy fresh pineapple aromas and flavour. Monin Pineapple will add pizzazz to countless cocktails, and as with so many of its exotic colleagues in the range it's a knockout on ice cream.
A wonderful sweet nutty flavour on this pistachio syrup from Monin, very reminiscent of the gorgeous pistachio ice cream that seems so prevalent in other European countries, but is sadly almost impossible to get hold of in the UK. Needless to say, this is fantastic - especially in creamy cocktails (or coffees) and milkshakes.
Another marvellously flavoursome exotic fruit syrup from Monin, this time creating the flavours of the humble pomegranate, the 'it' flavour of trendy cocktail bars some years back. As ever, this is delightful in cocktails and indeed mocktails. Recommended in vodka Martinis.
Vanilla is the world's favourite flavour and Monin are the world's favourite syrups, so you really can't go wrong here. Suitable for just about anything you care to think of, whether in the kitchen or the bar, but especially good in cakes, coffees and cocktails.
Matcha green tea is stuffed with antioxidants, vitamins and other good minerals, and has been used in Buddhist tea ceremonies in Japan for over eight centuries. This powerfully-flavoured syrup may not be quite as good for you as the real thing, but it'll certainly add a delicious green tea flavour to exotic cocktails and mocktails - recommended with thick tropical fruit juices.
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.
Buttery toffee and rich sweet nuttiness from syrup-making supremos Monin. Perhaps it might taste a like a liquid Marathon bar (or Snickers, if you must). Either way it sounds very, very good and is likely to be all kinds of use in the kitchen or in your coffee.