The Basics: Coffee Simple Syrup

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The Technique

Coffee Simple Syrup

Simple syrups hold such value in the bakeshop as they may be used to brush over cake layers to ensure premium texture, particularly when genoise & biscuit joconde sponge cakes are featured. The syrups may be as straightforward as a one to one ratio of sugar to water that is brought to a boil & cooked just long enough to dissolve the sugar or more complex to include split vanilla beans, fresh mint & so much more. Coffee Simple Syrup begins with a bit of strong brewed coffee & it is then left to reduce over the heat for a spell in order to concentrate the flavors. Learn how to make a rich simple syrup ideal to use for a number of bakeshop applications. 

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makes about  3 tablespoons

6 Tbsp strong brewed coffee
6 Tbsp sugar

Bring the ingredients to a boil in a small saucepan. Cook 4 to 5 minutes or until reduced by half. Remove from the heat. Use as directed in specific recipe applications.

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How To Add Flavor To Simple Syrups

Flavored beverages offer effortless ways to elevate special gatherings with friends & basil, thyme, rosemary & mint are standards that deliver a big punch. Follow these pointers & learn how to make additional irresistible sweeteners ideal for an array of lovely cocktails.

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No. 1

Prepare Vanilla Bean Syrup by adding a split vanilla bean & the seeds to the warm sugar syrup once it has been removed from the heat. Let stand for 10 minutes. Remove the pod & pour the mixture through a fine wire sieve. Conversely, two tablespoons of pure vanilla extract may be substituted for the vanilla bean. Stir the extract into the syrup once the sugar has dissolved & the mixture has been removed from the heat. 

No. 2

Mint Simple Syrup lends excellent taste notes to bourbon cocktails in particular. Steep a handful of leaves or sprigs for 10 minutes. Pour through a wire sieve to collect the solids. Press well with a wooden spoon to release every drop of flavor from the herbs.

No. 3

Ginger Simple Syrup can be prepared with 2 tablespoons freshly grated ginger. Impart a subtle citrus note with a tablespoon of fresh lemon or lime. 

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