Gris Gris Jalapeño Simple Syrup
Bring the heat.
In the world of Creole Voodoo, Gris Gris (pronounced “gree gree”) is a magic spell. Of course, with a splash of this spicy-and-sweet syrup, you’ll say your drink is nothing short of magical. Mix it up with the usual suspects or try it in seltzer water with a big lime wedge for something refreshing to sip on a hot day. It also makes a winning gift (thanks to that fanciful topper and label), especially when paired with this nifty bar tool.
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Details & Materials -
Louisiana cane sugar, filtered water, fresh jalapeños, and natural preservatives (sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, sodium acid sulfate) .
13 fl. oz.
Care & Notes
Shelf stable for 2 years. Refrigerate after opening.
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