Lavender Syrup Farm to Table

Farm-to-table lavender syrup has finally arrived! We’ve been enjoying these syrups at home since we’ve been growing lavender at McKinley Lavender Farm. It’s exciting to finally share this culinary lavender product line with everyone and anyone who is looking for a true taste of lavender! We’ve written lots of articles about what is and isn’t in many of the lavender syrups and powders that are found in the market today. When you buy any of the culinary products from MKL you’re buying a true farm-made lavender product using real lavender grown and harvested by us.

We can honestly tell you that you’ve never had lavender syrup that tastes as good as this. Please reach out to us if you’re looking for wholesale information for your shop, restaurant, or bar.

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Lavender Spring Syrup – Original

$24.08

Spring Syrup – Original 

This is a lighter-tasting and less sweet lavender spring syrup made from hand-harvested English culinary lavender.  McKinley Lavender Farm syrups add a touch of magic to any beverage!

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Lavender Simple Syrup – Lemonade

$24.08

Lavender Simple Syrup – Lemonade

Lavender Lemonade Syrup is what summer drinks are made of! Create new flavours with this zingy new syrup!

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Lavender Simple Syrup – Original

$24.08

Simple Syrup – Original 

Our artisanal lavender simple syrup, has been carefully crafted to capture the bold flavours of our lavender harvest. Wholesale inquiries are welcomed!

What colour is lavender syrup supposed to be? Don’t judge a syrup by its colour. 

In our opinion, this is where everyone has gone wrong. Trying to achieve a deep purple colour for lavender-based drinks rather than trying to achieve the best-tasting product.  It doesn’t matter what variety of lavender you use for colour because colour comes down to how you process the plant. However, the variety of lavender you use genuinely affects the taste of lavender products. The difference between a French and English plant in taste is like comparing apples and oranges. They taste completely different. The French is bitter, camphorous –  imagine a Vicks Vapo Rub aftertaste. The English on the other hand is sweet and fruity like an over-ripened grape. How the lavender plant is processed will directly affect the colour of lavender syrup. Boiling, pressing, grinding, and steeping all produce different end colour results.

We encourage baristas and barkeeps to get creative if they want to sell the colour purple over the taste, we have recipes available to get you thinking!