Flavors FAQ

What is the difference between…?

ALMOND & AMARETTO:

Almond: The flavor is reminiscent of fresh California almonds. It has a strong, rich flavor and clear color.

Amaretto: The non-alcoholic version of the sweet almond liqueur that hails from Saronno, Italy. It has a slight hint of apricots and a brownish color.

APPLE,  & GREEN APPLE:

Apple: Tastes like that first bite of a crisp, juicy red apple.

Green Apple: A tangy, candy-like taste inspired by the crisp flavor of Granny Smith apples.

CARAMEL & DULCE DE LECHE:

Caramel: The kitchen classic of buttery toasted sugar, with a touch of vanilla.

Dulce de Leche: Literally "candy of milk", the South American delicacy made by caramelizing sweetened condensed milk over very low heat.

BUTTER PECAN & PRALINE:

Butter Pecan: A bold, nutty, pecan flavor with a golden-brown color.

Praline: Named for the original confection, pralines; this syrup tastes like mild pecans lightly toasted in butter with sugar and vanilla.

CHOCOLATE & CHOCOLATE FUDGE:

Chocolate: The pure and simple taste of semisweet chocolate.

Chocolate Fudge: Reminiscent of the fudge mom used to make. A combination of chocolate, cream, butter, vanilla and sugar.

CREME DE MENTHE, PEPPERMINT, & PEPPERMINT PADDY:

Creme de Menthe: A non-alcoholic version of its namesake liquor. It tastes very similar to peppermint but it is milder and creamier. Clear in color.

Peppermint: An icy, cool blast of the aromatic peppermint leaf. Clear in color.

Peppermint Paddy: Reminiscent of premium chocolate mint candies.  Vibrant green in color.

FRENCH VANILLA & VANILLA:

French Vanilla: A creamy, rich, custard-like essence of the ice cream it was Named for.

Vanilla: This pure flavor is extracted from vanilla beans.

WHITE CHOCOLATE & CHOCOLATE:

White Chocolate: The taste of vanilla beans, lightly toasted with a splash of cream and sugar. Clear in color.

Chocolate: The pure and simple taste of semisweet chocolate. Brown in color.

How would you describe…?

Almond: The flavor is reminiscent of fresh California almonds. It has a strong, rich flavor and is clear in color.

Almond Mocha: This butter crunch syrup blends together the flavors of toasted almonds, semisweet chocolate and toffee.

Amaretto: The non-alcoholic version of the sweet almond liqueur that hails from Saronno, Italy. It has a slight hint of apricots and is brownish in color.

Apple: Tastes like that first bite of a crisp, juicy red apple.

B-52: Named for the famous bar drink made from Kahlúa liqueur, Irish Cream and Grand Marnier. This non-alcoholic syrup is a combination of coffee, Irish Cream and a hint of orange flavor.

Blue Curaçao: Modeled after the orange-flavored liqueur, this syrup has a sweet, orange flavor.

Boysenberry: This hybrid berry is a cross between a raspberry, a blackberry and a loganberry. It has a sweet-tart flavor with a deep red color.

Butter Pecan: This syrup has a bold, nutty, pecan flavor and is golden-brown in color.

Butterscotch: This syrup is named for the hard candy made from butter and brown sugar.

Caramel: This syrup is named for the kitchen classic of buttery toasted sugar, with a touch of vanilla.

Chocolate: The pure and simple taste of semisweet chocolate.

Chocolate Fudge: Reminiscent of the fudge mom used to make. A combination of chocolate, cream, butter, vanilla and sugar.

Chocolate Mint: The taste of a peppermint patty - rich, dark chocolate with a cool blast of peppermint. Dark brown in color.

Cola: Tastes similar to the syrup used to make the famous Coca-Cola® and Pepsi® drinks. Dark brown in color.

Creme de Menthe: This is a non-alcoholic version of its namesake liquor. It tastes very similar to peppermint but it is milder and creamier.

Dulce de Leche: This flavor literally means "candy of milk", the rich South American delicacy made by caramelizing sweetened condensed milk over very low heat.

French Vanilla: It has a creamy, rich, custard-like essence of the ice cream it was named for.

German Chocolate Cake: Combines the flavors of moist chocolate cake, caramel frosting and toasted coconut.

Grenadine: This syrup has a light, tart, fruit flavor derived from the tropical pomegranate. Bright red in color.

Green Apple: This syrup has a tangy candy-like taste, inspired by the crisp flavor of Granny Smith apples.

Marionberry: This hybrid berry - a cross between a blackberry, raspberry, olallieberry and chehalem - was named for its county of origin, Marion County, Oregon. The syrup captures the essence of the marionberry, with just the right combination of sweet and pungent flavors.

Peppermint: An icy, cool blast of the aromatic peppermint leaf. Clear in color.

Praline: Named for the original confection, pralines. This syrup tastes like pecans lightly toasted in butter with sugar and vanilla.

Pumpkin Pie: A blend of pumpkin, cream, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and ginger, reminiscent of the popular holiday dessert. Golden brown in color.

Rum: A non-alcoholic version of the popular liquor. The distinct rum flavor with a hint of caramel is perfect for hot or cold beverages or a great addition to your favorite recipes. Dark brown in color.

Simple: As the name indicates, this syrup is a simple, elegant way to sweeten just about anything.

Spice Blend: The perfect blend of spices: cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, each in the perfect amount.

Tiramisu: Tiramisu tastes like the Italian dessert it was named for. Tiramisu is made with yellow sponge cake soaked in chocolate and coffee liqueur and layered with whipped cream.

Vanilla: This pure flavor is extracted from vanilla beans.

White Chocolate: The taste of vanilla beans, lightly toasted with a splash of cream and sugar. Clear in color.

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