The name ginger derives from a Sanskrit word meaning “horn-shaped", referring to the gingerroot's form.
The first recorded use of ginger dates back at least two millennia
when the Romans started trading dried, powdered ginger that
they imported from India to Europe. The popularity of ginger continued
throughout the ages. In Medieval Europe, ginger was highly regarded and
thought to come from the Garden of Eden.
Ginger is a "warming" spice currently experiencing a renaissance
along with other classic spices. Beyond its many uses in cookies and
desserts, Ginger imparts a tangy, subtle spiciness to Asian-inspired
foods and other exotic foods and beverages.
Monin Ginger Syrup is
ideal to add a distinctive, exotic flavor to any of your on-trend
beverages; it may combined with a wide variety of ingredients and
flavors from sweet to tart to savory.
Monin Ginger Syrup is great as the main flavor accent or combined
with several Monin fruit flavors, such as Mango, Strawberry,
Pomegranate and more
May be used as an accent in beverages containing dairy ingredients such as milk, cream and half & half.
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New York City
offers the gourmet chocolate from around the world. Monin Ginger\Syrup
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part of our large assortment of chocolates. At The Sweet Life, rated among the
best candy and chocolate shops and store in New York, New York City, we have a
large selection of gourmet chocolates, nuts, dried fruits, licorices, gummy
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We offer a large variety of gourmet gift baskets, party and wedding favors,
wholesale, catering, candy buffet. Monin Ginger Syrup.