Queen Cadwallader Syrup

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Queen Cadwallader Syrup

12.95

Our house-made syrups now in little bottles you can use at home - all made with whole ingredients and either cane sugar or honey. 

Current offerings: 

Almond - almond extract, cane sugar, water, lactic acid
Blueberry Mint - blueberries, organic peppermint, sugar, water, lactic acid 
Cacao - organic cacao nibs, vanilla bean, chocolate extract, vanilla extract, cane sugar, water, lactic acid
Cardamom - cardamom, vanilla bean, vanilla extract, cane sugar, water lactic acid
Elderflower Rose - elderflowers, rosebuds, sugar, water, lactic acid 
Hazelnut - hazelnut extract, vanilla bean, vanilla extract, cane sugar, water, lactic acid
Heat - serrano peppers, vanilla bean, sugar, water, lactic acid 
Lavender - lavender blossoms, cane sugar, water, lactic acid
Magic #3 - organic cacao nibs, vanilla bean, coconut, coffee, vanilla extract, chocolate extract, rum extract, cane sugar, water, lactic acid
Mint - organic peppermint, vanilla bean, cane sugar, water, lactic acid
Plum Peppercorn - plums, pink peppercorn, sugar, water, lactic acid 
Strawberry Basil  - strawberries, basil, sugar, water lactic acid 
Strawberry - strawberries, cane sugar, water, lactic acid
Tart Cherry - tart cherries, cherry extract, cane sugar, water, lactic acid
Toasted Coconut - toasted coconut, cane sugar, water, lactic acid
Vanilla Bean - vanilla bean, water, cane sugar, lactic acid

For the inquiring mind: Why Queen Cadwallader? 
Cadwallader is of Welsh origin. It was most notably held by Cadwaladr, a seventh-century king of Gwynedd, who was the last Welsh king to claim lordship over all of Britain. Also, it's Cindy Arsaga's maiden name.  And so...

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