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Torani Bacon Syrup Sure to Replace Galliano as the Bottle Behind the Bar That Will Never Need to be Replenished

Spirits

01.31.2011

Torani Bacon Syrup

Torani Bacon Syrup. I dunno, maybe there’s a market for this? I do know that the Mutineers were as excited as could be to receive a bottle of that newfangled Bakon Vodka, but when it came time to step up and drink the stuff, big talk withered quickly, but it makes a mean bloody mary.

According to Torani:

Bacon enthusiasts will recognize the same savory, meaty flavor as authentic bacon in this salty, sweet syrup. Torani Bacon syrup adds savory bacon flavor to cocktails, lattes, sauces and more. Just add 1/2 – 1 oz. of syrup to a 6-8 oz. beverage, and enjoy this innovative new flavor from Torani.

There’s even a recipe on the Torani website for a “Bacon Bourbon Sour”. I have not tried this cocktail, nor do I have any desire to, I’m just saying that it exists.

Bacon Bourbon Sour

1 oz. Torani Bacon Syrup
1 oz. fresh lemon juice
2 oz. bourbon
3 inch bacon strip (garnish)

Combine syrup, lemon juice, and bourbon in a cocktail shaker with cie. Shake well and strain into an old-fashioned glass. Garnish by placing a small strip of cooked bacon across the rim of the glass.



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  2. Rachel | Monday, February 21, 2011

    I just read a post that walks you through the fat washing process (infusing bacon into liquor) and lists a couple bacon cocktails that look really delish. http://blenderbooze.blogspot.com/2011/02/fat-washing-process-for-bacon-infused.html


  3. Comrade.Cid | Monday, March 7, 2011

    intriguing… and definitely at risk of inhabiting the dusty crevices of the bar (right alongside Cynar and Parfait Amour). i will have to try it, tho :P

    btw – i feel a little bad for the oft-neglected Galliano; after years of wary dismissal, i stumbled across an old tiki-like cocktail that earned the liqueur a place in my heart: the Bossa Nova.

    Bossa Nova
    —————–
    1 oz White rum
    1 oz Galliano
    1/2 oz Apricot brandy
    1/2 oz Fresh lemon juice
    1 oz Pineapple juice

    Shake with ice; mint garnish


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