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Easy recipe for Mint Syrup

This homemade mint syrup is great for mocktails and cocktails, as well as in your favorite tea!

End result:

250ml of super fresh mint syrup that, if kept refrigerated, will keep for over 4 weeks.

Supplies needed:

A bunch of mint

Granulated sugar



A saucepan

Mint Syrup Recipe:

1. Pluck the mint leaves from their sprigs.

2. Weigh 20 grams of mint leaves.

3. Place the mint leaves in a pan.

4. Add 150 milliliters of water and 150 grams of sugar to the pan.

5. Place the small pan on the heat and bring everything to a boil while stirring.

6. Turn the heat down from the moment the mixture starts to bubble.

7. Leave on low heat for 2 minutes and then remove from the heat

8. Allow everything to cool for one hour

9. Pour the syrup through a kitchen strainer into a bottle

Voila! Deliciously fresh mint syrup, ready to use.



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