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Monin adds Black Forest gateau syrup to range

By Emma Eversham , 06-Jun-2012

Related topics: New Products, Restaurants, Hotels, Pubs & Bars, Food, Beverages, Alcohol

Monin, producer of syrups and flavourings for coffees, cocktails and smoothies, has added a Black Forest gateau-inspired syrup to its range. 

Monin's new Black Forest syrup captures the essence of the world

Monin's new Black Forest syrup captures the essence of the world

Launched at last month's Caffe Culture show, the Black Forest syrup tastes of chocolate and cherry, the two main flavour combinations in the world famous German cake which is made with the speciality liqueur Schwarzwalder Kirsch. 

The syrup is available in 70cl bottles and has a shelf life of three years. The dark ruby-coloured syrup has been flavoured with dark chocolate and candied Morello cherries and is being promoted as a component for coffees, chocolate-based hot and cold drinks and cocktails. 

Monin UK brand ambassador James Coston said: “Monin Black Forest syrup is a unique ingredient guaranteed to bring a rich, exquisite feel to all kinds of milk, latte, mochas, chocolate and after-dinner drinks." 

For more information on Monin syrups, including point of sale items, pumps and pourers, contact Darril Ling at Bennett Opie on 01795 476154 or email sales@b-opie.com  

www.monin.com

Monin has come up with some recipe suggestions for its new syrup: 

Black Forest Hot Chocolate

Ingredients: 25ml Monin Black Forest syrup, 200ml hot chocolate

Method: Mix ingredients in a cup or latte glass and garnish with whipped cream. 

Creamy Black Forest

Ingredients: 20mlBlack Forest syrup, 40ml brandy, 30ml cream

Method: Mix ingredients in a shaker filled with ice cubes and strain into a chilled martini glass.

Monin has come up with three ideas to mix the new syrup

Black Forest Iced Latte

Ingredients: 30ml Monin Black Forest syrup, 150ml milk, 1 espresso

Method: Pour the Monin Black Forest syrup into a tumbler, add ice cubes, then the milk. Top with espresso and garnish with chocolate powder. 

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