SimplyGala Cinnamon Syrup

SimplyGala Cinnamon syrup

Used throughout history for its medicinal properties, cinnamon has become a staple in the flavored beverages we enjoy today. Cinnamon syrup was popularized in the 1930s by Donn Beach as a main ingredient in many of the cocktails made famous in his Hollywood, CA bar Don The Beachcomber. As the father of the modern tiki bar, his recipes are still being used by modern mixologists and home bar aficionados the world over. With a rich, warm, woody flavor and sweet aroma, cinnamon is one of the most widely used spices in the world today.

Containing some 80 aromatic compounds, cinnamon can be added to a wide variety of beverages to add depth and complexity to the flavor. Its unique properties add a gentle warmth and enhances both the sweet and savory elements of drinks.

Benefits Of Cinnamon

Cinnamon is very rich in polyphenol which is a powerful antioxidant. Antioxidants protect the body from free radicals that affect the skin, while their anti-inflammatory properties help lower the risk of disease and infection. These polyphenols also make cinnamon a very good natural food preservative. 

Our Product

Sourced from local merchants, all of our syrups are made with the freshest of ingredients. We use organic ingredients when available and only 100% pure cane sugar. We never use artificial sweeteners or high fructose corn syrup, commonly found in other syrups.

Our products are made by hand, in small batches to ensure quality and consistency. Produced and bottled in our commercial kitchen here in Northern California to the highest of standards.

Our cooking and bottling methods give SimplyGala syrups an excellent consistency and long shelf life. 10oz bottles are easily manageable and the perfect size for the refrigerator.

Uses For SimplyGala Syrups

Our SimplyGala Cinnamon Syrup can be used in a wide variety of beverage and culinary applications. You can make a classic cocktail or mocktail using one of the recipes on our site or get creative and come up with something of your own. Add them to tea or coffee to give your home brewed drinks that coffee house taste. Use them as a topping on ice cream or sliced fresh fruit. They are always delicious drizzled on fresh baked goods, pancakes, waffles or French toast. The possibilities are endless.