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Monin Syrup 70cl Gomme

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Monin Gomme Syrup

Monin Gomme Syrup is just one of a delicious range of flavours, used by coffee shops such as Costa Coffee and enjoyed across the country and further afield.

The bottles come in a 70cl Glass Bottle, and a 1l Plastic bottle variation which is ideal for bars, cafes and coffee shops, but can also be used at home.


Retro is back in the form of Monin Gomme Syrup. What was a regular staple in classic cocktails back in the 1800s, gomme syrup also known as gum syrup has experienced a rebirth in recent years. However, it is something of a mystery why the syrup disappeared in the first place. Its a fantastic enhancer for drinks, where it adds a silky texture while making other flavours richer and more authentic.

The History 

The origins of gomme syrup can be traced back to the 1800s. It was a regular fixture in bars across the United States, and not simply as an ingredient. During the pre-Prohibition days, when shoddy knock-off whisky was the unfortunate drink of choice, gomme syrup was served alongside it as a supplement of sorts. The reason for this was to help customers wash down the harsh whisky. They downed a glass of whisky, and followed it with a glass of gomme syrup. This made the whiskey more pleasant and palatable overall. Its that sensation provided by the syrup, an addition of smoothness to drinks, which led to it being a popular cocktail enhancer.

Recipes that included gomme syrup had been cropping up since before the 1830s. Yet the real start of its mass appeal happened thanks to the 1862 book, Bar-Tenders Guide: How to Mix Drinks by Jerry Thomas. It appeared in several other texts over the next few decades, with the syrup referred to in The Gentlemans Companion, a 1939 book by Charles Baker. However, the general foundation of gomme syrup had changed, missing its key ingredient: gum arabic. 

Its possible that this absence was due to an inability to obtain the ingredient. The shortage led to gomme syrup being hard to find, which ultimately made it both difficult and expensive to make. As a result, bartenders replaced it with more cost-effective alternatives. This, in effect, left gomme syrup on the endangered species list, and it stayed that way for many years. But thanks to its past popularity, gomme syrup has experienced a rebirth in recent times and not only as a way of boosting cocktails.

For instance, the silky smooth ingredient has found its way into Southern US classics such as the Arnold Palmer and sweet iced tea. In Japan, the syrup has been a long-standing sweetener of choice for both hot and iced coffee. Its not just for drinks, either. The versatility of gomme syrup means it even crops up as an ingredient used by bakers.

Why is it called gomme syrup?

This is down to translation. In the English language, it is known as gum syrup gomme sirop is the French variation. As for why the French version of the name is primarily used these days, the explanation is simple. Most current companies that produce the syrup, such as Monin, are based in France. So when the syrup is imported, bartenders and the like usually just adopt the given name on the bottle. Although as the words sirop and syrup are so alike, the product is typically referred to with a combination of English and French.

Recipe Idea 

Silk Strawberry and Vanilla Crème Smoothie

When you need a refreshing, fruity beverage which is effortless to make, look no further than this Silk Strawberry and Vanilla Crème Smoothie. Despite its simplicity, the drink is packed with strawberry goodness, and is finished with a decadent whipped cream topping. A generous splash of Monin Gomme Syrup also provides a velvety finish to proceedings.

This smoothie is the (strawberry and) crème of the crop. 

What you will need: 

  • Six large strawberries

  • Semi skimmed milk (150ml)

  • Monin Gomme Syrup (50ml)

  • Greek yogurt (40g)

  • Fresh cream (120ml)

  • Monin Vanilla Crème Syrup (30ml)

  • Cream dispenser

  • Whipped cream chargers

- To begin with, chop the strawberries into small slices. Now add the chopped strawberries, milk, Monin Gomme Syrup, and Greek yogurt into a blender. Blend all of the ingredients together until the mixture is smooth and not displaying any visible chunks of strawberry. After all, the velvet texture provided by the gomme syrup will be negatively affected if the drink isnt smooth. 

- When it comes to producing the whipped cream topping, a whipped cream dispenser is necessary. Place the Monin Vanilla Crème Syrup and fresh cream into the dispenser, screw in a cream charger, and shake the device for a few seconds. Pour the smoothie into a chilled glass, squirt a liberal amount of the whipped cream on top, and boom: deliciousness is served.

  • Nutritional information:
    per 100ml
  • Sugar Free:
    Includes sugar
  • Nut Free:
    Nut free
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    Fat free
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  • Fat:
    0 g
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  • Saturated Fat:
    0 g
  • Gluten Free:
    Gluten Free
  • Total Carbohydrates:
    83.5 g
  • Carbohydrates Per Serving:
    83.5 g
  • Of which sugars:
    83.5 g
  • Kosher Friendly:
    Kosher Friendly
  • Dairy Free:
    Dairy Free
  • Free From GMOs:
    GMO Free
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    Halal Friendly
  • No Artificial Colouring or Preservatives:
    No Artificial Colouring or Preservatives
  • Protein:
    0 g
  • Contains Natural Ingredients Only:
    No Artificial Colouring or Preservatives
  • Salt:
    0.03 g
  • Ingredients:
    Sugar, water thickener, E414, orange blossom.
  • Alcohol:
    Alcohol free
  • Natural:
    All Natural Ingredients
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