Claret Syrup

This syrup was popular behind bars in the 1800s. Claret Syrup is made from equal parts red wine and simple syrup. Bourdeaux wines were typically used, which were called claret in England, hence the name claret syrup. Generally any red wine will work, but the variation in flavours will affect the outcome of the final cocktail. It is best to use light to medium body, dry wines.

Recipes that include Claret Syrup

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