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What is Monin syrup?

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Monin syrup is a product of Monin, a French gourmet flavorings company founded in 1912. The company offers premium syrups made with cane sugar and also has sugar-free products. Both types of syrup are used to flavor beverages such as coffee or tea and to create specialty cocktails.

The extensive line of Monin syrups offers flavors based on fruit, candy, nuts, herbs, flowers, liqueurs, chocolates and popular desserts. In addition to the syrups, Monin offers concentrates, liqueurs, gourmet sauces, and fruit- and cream-based additives for making milkshakes, smoothies, ice cream and granitas. Monin syrups are sold worldwide through local and online retail beverage and food distributors and independent retail vendors.

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