Torani Huckleberry Syrup
There are sodas. Then there are really interesting sodas. With Torani, you can make the latter. Don't go to restaurants or coffee shops and pay four bucks a glass for high quality Italian sodas; make them at home, from the comfort of your own kitchen with Torani beverage syrups. Italian sodas are especially refreshing on stifling hot summer days when it seems like there's no escape from the heat. Now escape could be just a few steps away. Add about one ounce of syrup per 8 oz glass and you'll be surprised how delicious and different those plain old sodas, lemonades, and iced teas can be.
And it doesn't get much more interesting than huckleberry soda. But don't stop there! Your lemonades and iced teas will become conversation pieces with their sweet-tart profile and wild berry flavor. Rich and exotic, with a unique tart and intense flavor, the huckleberries used in this syrup are native to the Pacific Northwest and are only grown in the wild.
Huckleberry Refresher Recipe
1/2 cup (4oz) brewed tea, chilled
1/2 cup (4oz) lemonade
Combine chilled tea, lemonade and Torani in a tall glass filled with ice and stir well.
Huckleberry and Mascarpone Tart Recipe
- Tangerine Tart Crust (See recipe)
- 1/2 cup Torani Huckleberry syrup
- 1/4 cup Torani Vanilla syrup
- 1 pt. huckleberries
- 1/2 lb. Mascarpone cheese
- 1/4 tsp. grated lemon zest
- 1/4 cup sour cream
Prebake the Tangerine Tart Crust as outlined in the Fresh Fruit Tart recipe. In a small saucepan cook half of the blueberries with the Huckleberry syrup for 5 to 10 minutes. Let cool. Toss with the remaining blueberries and chill. Lighten the Mascarpone with the Vanilla syrup, stir in the zest and the sour cream, and chill well. When read to serve, spread the cheese over the bottom of the tart shell. Spread the huckleberries evenly over the cheese and serve at once.
This Torani syrup bottle is the same premium glass bottles used at your favorite cafe, restaurant or bar.