Salted Sage Syrup

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About This Syrup

This is a salted sage simple syrup made using the stove top method that I adapted from Slow Mixology’s Instagram post sharing a non-alcoholic variation of a Paloma. I specifically made this one for the alcoholic version of the Salted Sage Paloma cocktail recipe that our friend Jake of Little Cantina shared on his Instagram profile, but it would also be delicious in other tequila-based drinks.

Recipe

AuthorSips From ScriptsPrep Time1 hr 15 minsRating

Ingredients
 25 g Sage Leaves
 22 g Sea Salt
 200 g White Sugar
 200 ml Filtered Water

Method
1

Add sage, sea salt, sugar, and filtered water to a saucepan over medium high heat.

2

Stir until sugar is dissolved and water is not yet boiling, then remove from heat.

3

Let sit for 30-60 minutes until sage and salt have infused to taste.

4

Strain into a container.

Ingredients

Ingredients
 25 g Sage Leaves
 22 g Sea Salt
 200 g White Sugar
 200 ml Filtered Water

Directions

Method
1

Add sage, sea salt, sugar, and filtered water to a saucepan over medium high heat.

2

Stir until sugar is dissolved and water is not yet boiling, then remove from heat.

3

Let sit for 30-60 minutes until sage and salt have infused to taste.

4

Strain into a container.

Salted Sage Syrup

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