Honey-Coffee Syrup

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Honey-Coffee Syrup


Author Notes: This recipe couldn't be easier, but the end result is delicious and highly versatile. Essentially a simple syrup that swaps honey for sugar and coffee for water, this can be stirred into a cocktail, used to sweeten your morning cold brew, spooned on homemade vanilla ice cream or drizzled over goat cheese stuffed figs. I always keep a mason jar tucked in the back of my refridgerator! Tyler Harper

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Makes a little over a cup

  • 1 cup honey (preferably dark, such as buckwheat, but any honey will do)
  • 1 cup very strong coffee or espresso
  1. Combine ingredients in a small saucepan and bring to a robust simmer, reducing until thickened. If not using immediately, pour into a mason jar or other container and allow to cool before storing in the fridge. It will keep more or less indefinitely.

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