Gris Gris Basil Habanero Simple Syrup
Turn up the heat.
The phrase “Gris Gris” is a spell used in ancient Creole tradition for good or evil—and when you add a splash of this simple syrup to your glass, we’d say great things are in store. Pair it with your spirit of choice for a punchy cocktail, or top it off with soda and a squeeze of lemon for a booze-free treat. (Each bottle makes 10 to 15 drinks, depending on your preferred level of spicy!) And all thanks to that sparkling topper and label...this one makes an A+ gift, too.
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
Louisiana cane sugar, filtered water, fresh habaneros, fresh basil, and natural preservatives (sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, sodium acid sulfate).
13 fl. oz. Bottle. Makes 10-15 drinks, depending on how spicy you like it!
Care & Notes
Shelf stable for 2 years. Refrigerate after opening.
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