DARK BELGIAN CANDI SYRUP - 1 LB Bottle
A deep reddish brown color. This sugar tastes primarily of caramel with distinct secondary flavors of vanilla, plum & raisins. (think Chimay Premiere)
The Dark Belgian Candi Syrup is the original caramelized sugar of traditional Belgian ales. This syrup has a deep red/ black color. Its flavor is full of soft caramel, vanilla, plums and raisins. The syrup is highly fermentable.
- SRM: 80
- 1.032 PPG.
Note: Ships in 1 lb. bottle
Exotic Beer Flavor in a bottle.
When Belgians make beer, they use sugar. This is common knowledge—however, the darker,
toffee like notes of Dubbels, or the soft, barely burnt flavors of dark strong ales are hard to achieve with just Candi Sugar. Beers like Maredsous and Rochefort use Candi Syrup. They
attain dark, complex flavors and high alcohol without being heavy or syrupy.
These syrups should NOT be limited to Belgian style beers. No British Style Old Ale, Stock Ale, or Barley wine would be complete without a heavy dose of sugar.
These wonderful syrups give the homebrewer a whole new dimension of flavors to work with that are simultaneously very versatile as well as being utterly unique
SRM 80 adds deep red/black color with caramel, vanilla and plum flavors.
1 lb bottle