Chai Cardamom Syrup

The simplicity of syrups still baffles me, and more people need to get on this. The possibilities are virtually limitless, and you can throw it into anything. I’ve mentioned this before and I’ll mention it again, they are great for brines, marinades, coffees, cocktails, and so much more. So do yourself a favor and take a quick 5 minutes to throw this recipe together, because believe me, you won’t regret it.

The natural pairing of Chai and Cardamom is the key element in the Strawberry Chai Mule. Follow the instructions below, and make sure to comment on your favourite ways to use this syrup!

Chai Cardamom Syrup

Difficulty: Easy

Servings 1 Cup
Author Monica C

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Water
  • 1 cup Granulated Sugar
  • 10 Cardamom Pods slightly crushed
  • 2 bags Chai Tea

Instructions

  1. In a small saucer, turn the heat to high and lightly toast the cardamom pods
  2. Once you start to smell the aromas of the cardamom, add the water and sugar and bring to a boil (be sure not to burn the cardamom)
  3. Once it starts to boil, place the chai tea bags and bring the temperature down to a simmer for 5 minutes.
  4. Using a funnel pour the syrup into a container (ensure that the tea bags and cardamom are discarded), and let this sit until it reaches room temperature before putting it in the fridge.

Recipe Notes

This syrup can be refrigerated for 2 weeks.

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Hi, I’m Monica and I’m your Fairy Barmother. At Liquid Culture, creativity is encouraged and education is used to empower followers to be the best they can be. We want to provide you with the tools to confidently bartend within your own home and to have some fun while doing it too! Inside this website you will find recipes, videos, articles and more that will teach you everything you need to know about being your best Home Bartender!

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