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.
Each flower is only open one day a year, and it must be hand-pollinated. Once mature, beans are cut, blanched, dried in the sun and then wrapped in blankets to sweat overnight. Dying and sweating is repeated over weeks until the beans are fully cured. Theft is common, so each pod is actually branded by its grower.
This golf ball sized orange is prized for its peppery orange aroma. Native to Liguria in Western Italy, it's a popular ingredient in the region's local amari.
A medium roast delivers citrus, caramel and chocolate notes which make it a perfect pair for kola's citrus-spice profile.
Not another generic cola. Rich spices, zesty citrus and pure cane sugar combine for a symphony of flavor.
This syrup makes the best addition to your Cuba Libre's!
Sugarcane Kola Syrup
Great Product! A Must Have!
The Sugarcane Kola Syrup makes the best Cuba Libre we ever had. Everyone who tried it (at a neighbor gathering) agreed it was much better than any commercial cola because it's not as sweet and has a much more interesting and lasting flavor. We thought it tasted of cinnamon and clove and maybe juniper. We also thought it would be great on ice cream or in a Kola Ice Cream Float, and thought you should sell the idea of using the syrups in food, especially desserts. So, another great product that we'll be getting more of soon!