The full line of P&H syrup flavors includes hibiscus, lime, ginger, and seasonal flavors like quince or Meyer lemon. While they are a natural fit with one of this past holiday season's most popular gifts, home soda makers like the SodaStream, regular store-bought seltzer will work just fine.
St. Helena Olive Oil Company, Organic Black Peppercorns:
The pepper plant is a flowering vine that can grow up to 30 feet in tropical climates. The plant’s small white flowers develop into berries, which are picked when they are nearly ripe and left to dry. As they dry, the berries shrivel and become dark in color.
We carry organically-grown Malabar black peppercorns, which are native to India’s Malabar Coast and considered some of the most flavorful in the world – slightly hot with a bit of sweetness. We recommend adding freshly-cracked pepper to your food just before serving to ensure maximum flavor.
Stirrings Blood Orange Bitters and Authentic Grenadine:
Bitters: The bitter truth is if you're serious about cocktails then bitters needs to be part of your arsenal. Derived from herbs, roots, fruit, or plants, bitters are used to flavor cocktails and give them “body.” Serious mixologists and cocktail lovers consider them a defining ingredient in cocktails. Stirrings Blood Orange Bitters are the first to incorporate blood oranges with a secret blend of exotic ingredients, creating a mellower yet still powerful taste that's a little sweeter than other bitters. A modern interpretation of a classic.
Did you know: Blood Orange Bitters are made without alcohol. This makes them more palatable, versatile, and blendable; just like good cocktail party guests.Grenadine: Way back when, grenadine was made from freshly crushed pomegranate seeds. In fact, the name is derived from the Spanish word granada, which means pomegranate. But over the years this bold concoction has devolved into a cloying, artificial taste reminiscent of the syrup used to pack maraschino cherries. Naturally, this version is the exception. Authentic Grenadine uses only pomegranate and pure cane sugar – no high fructose corn syrup, thank you very much – to produce the originally intended result: a pleasantly sweet pomegranate flavor as bold and potent as its distinctive red color.
Did you know: Grenadine syrup bears the name of the Grenadines, a string of 32 islands in the Eastern Caribbean, just north of Grenada.