How to make lilac syrup

lilac syrup

How to make lilac syrup? I, chef, invite you to discover this recipe.

Welcome to the intoxicating world of mixology, where the art of cocktail creation becomes a true sensory experience.

I’m Abbas, the chef, and I’m delighted to take you on a unique taste journey.

Today I’m going to share with you an exceptional recipe that will add a touch of floral magic to your cocktails: how to make lilac syrup. Get ready to discover the secrets of creating this delicate and fragrant syrup, a recipe that I have personally perfected to elevate your creations to a whole new level. Let me guide you through this aromatic adventure, and soon you will be able to add an enchanting floral note to your favorite cocktails.

How to make lilac syrup


  • 500ml
  • 500ml sugar
  • 100g lilac
  • 1/2 yellow lemon optional


  • Boil the water in a large saucepan
  • Then add the lemon if you wish to the water with the lilac
  • Leave to rest for 15 minutes off the heat
  • Then squeeze the lilac flowers
  • Add the sugar and heat everything, dissolve the sugar and bring to the boil
  • Reduce the heat, to low heat, to obtain a concentrate, the consistency of a syrup
  • Store for 30 to 3 months away from light and any temperature shock.

How to use lilac syrup

Lilac syrup is a wonderful addition to your culinary arsenal, bringing an enchanting floral touch to a wide range of preparations. Here are some ideas for getting the most out of this delicate syrup:

  1. Cocktails :Lilac syrup is the secret ingredient for creating elegant and fragrant cocktails. Add a few drops to your martini, gin and tonic or mimosa for a unique floral taste experience.
  2. Arranged rums :If you like to prepare your own arranged rums, lilac syrup is an exceptional choice. Combine it with tropical fruits or spices to create a drink rich in flavors and aromas.
  3. Fruit salads:A fresh, light fruit salad becomes even more exquisite with a touch of lilac syrup. Add it to your fruit mixtures for a sweet and fragrant note that will delight your taste buds.
  4. Pastry:In pastry, lilac syrup can be used to soak cakes, top pancakes, or flavor creams and icings. It offers a subtle floral flavor that deliciously enhances your desserts.

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