Orgeat, a traditional nineteenth-century syrup made with almonds and cane sugar laced with floral notes, often shows up in throwback cocktails—especially tiki drinks.
This is a Creole take on classic Orgeat. This version is made with Louisiana cane sugar and pecans toasted in cast iron skillets.
Creole Orgeat syrup is fresh and effervescent with notes of orange and rose. It is superb in tiki classics like the mai tai, but also sublime when added to a bourbon or brandy milk punch, used as a replacement for a sugar cube in an old-fashioned, or even splashed into a cup of coffee.
- 2020 Garden & Gun Made in the South Awards
- gluten free
- refrigerate after opening
- 8.5 oz
- made in the USA