Generally measure by weight. If heating water to mix, some water will evaporate. Consider adding it back in afterwards.
Add a tablespoon of vodka and it will last longer
- 1x Sugar
- 1x Water
- 2x Sugar
- 1x Water
Same sweetening power as 1.5x of regular Simple Sirup1
- 64g Water
- 100g Honey
Ratio from Liquid Intelligence. You should be able to use this ratio in place of simple syrup in any recipe.
Other ratios such as 1:1, 2:1 and 3:1 are being mentioned in a lot of places. Difford’s seems to prefer a 3:1 ratio.
- 100g Berries (Strawberry, Raspberry, ..)
- 2dl Sugar
- 1dl Water
Process: Muddle berries with sugar. Heat water to just below boiling point. Add sugar/berry-mix and stir until the sugar is dissolved.
Didn’t write down the recipe when I made it last time, so haven’t actually tried these exact ratios. I guess the sugar should be adjusted depending on the sweetness of the berries.
- 400 ml Coconut Milk (1 can)
- 375 g Sugar
- Pinch of salt
Process: Stir over heat until sugar is dissolved (color changes from white to partially transparent)
- Liquid Intelligence by Dave Arnold p. 51