$ 9.35 $ 11.00
A kola with a ‘k’ - made from the African kola nut, the original ingredient and eponym for the iconic drink. Crucially, this is a kola meant for cocktails. Rich spices including cinnamon, vanilla and coffee anchor the flavor while top notes of citrus like bitter orange and lime offer a crisp finish. This Sugarcane Kola Syrup will expand your expectations of what a kola can do in cocktails. Top with club soda or use as a base syrup.
Filtered water, cane sugar, gum arabic, natural flavors (inc. vanilla, kola nut, cinnamon), caramel, phosphoric acid, citric acid, benzoic acid
Serv. size: 0.5 oz (15 ml)
Amount per serving: Calories 29, Total Fat 00g (0% DV), Sat. Fat 0g (0% DV), Trans Fat 0g, Cholest. 0mg (0% DV), Sodium 1mg (0% DV), Total Carb. 8g (00% DV), Fiber 0g (0% DV), Total Sugars 7g (incl. 7g Added Sugars, 00% DV), Protein 0g, Vit. D (0% DV), Calcium (0% DV), Iron (0% DV), Potas. (0% DV).
The African C. acuminata tree produces these caffeine filled seeds. Their initial bitterness gives way to an earthy sweetness. For the Igbo and other West Africans, kola nuts symbolize good-will, love and respect for elders.
I mix this with Club soda anytime we need a splash of coke.
If you have a Soda Stream, you can create mega coke by creating ALOT of bubbles, and adding anywhere from a tablespoon to 1/4 oz depending on you soda quantity.
Mega Coke is great in cocktails because regular coke does not have the bubbles, and can get a watered down flavor which isn't good.
Its a great idea. You won't be sad.
I’ve tried 8 different Liber syrups, thus far, and like them all. I appreciate the simple and pure ingredients. Great service, too!
But I am seriously looking forward to it- it smells awesome and I am imagining a number of different cocktail upgrades
I'm not a big fan of rum and coke. It has always tasted like flat coke to me. But I tried to find some other ways to use Cola Syrup...and it's good with everything. And a little goes a long way. It goes especially well with Raspberry Syrup and, my favorite, Blood Orange Syrup.
3/4 oz. Blood Orange Syrup.
1/4 oz Cola Syrup.
1/4 oz Grand Marnier.
2 oz Dark Rum.
A splash of fresh orange juice if you have some.
I am the manager at a small craft cocktail bar in Post Falls, Idaho. From the day we opened, I wanted an alternative to small cans of major brand cola to use in our cocktails to conserve on bar space (we don't have a soda fountain or gun) and to retain our authenticity in craft cocktails down to our whiskey or rum and cola. I tried Libre & Co. on recommendation from a client, and was delighted to find that not only was the Kola perfect for a Cuba Libre, the Tonic is excellent and the Orgeat is perfect. I would strongly recommend trying the Sugarcane Kola Syrup as a unique addition to your bar to set your Kola cocktails apart from the rest.