With a bottle of Pickett's #3 Ginger Beer concentrated syrup on your home bar, things just got turned up a notch. Not only can you serve your cocktail guests their favorite Ginger Beer cocktail, you can heat it up with this Hot n' Spicy syrup. If you like your Ginger Beer to have a little bite, this is the product for you. 1 16oz bottle of syrup makes 96 ounces of finished soda. Just add bubbly water and enjoy! Works great with soda making machines. 1 16oz bottle can make 16-20 cocktails. Because this is an all natural concentrate, don't be afraid to use it as a cooking ingredient or food topping, check out our recipes page for more ideas.
ALL NATURAL. NO ADDED PRESERVATIVES. CONTAINS NO ALCOHOL.
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Ingredients: Natural Ginger Extract, Natural Spices, Cane Sugar, Filtered Water, Citric Acid, Natural Color
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Posted by Unknown on 23rd Sep 2020
I love to add this to my 'fizzy' water from my SodaSteam. Sometimes just a tiny bit, and sometimes full strength. Great find!
Posted by Unknown on 10th Sep 2020
Can't get enough of this stuff! I don't like my drinks too sweet, so I use less syrup than is suggested. One bottle lasts me forever, but I always have a backup on hand! Love it!!
Posted by Dave on 10th Jul 2020
I've purchased Pickett's Hot N' Spicy Ginger Beer Syrup several times now, and will be purchasing it again. It tastes like pure ginger, and packs a real punch. It's great for cocktails of course. It also makes a superb non-alcoholic ginger ale, vastly superior to the watered down commercial versions. I also use it for glazes and sauces. Last but not least, I've tried other ginger syrups that were considerably more expensive and no better. If you want a real spicy kick of ginger Pickett's can't be beat.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Jun 2020
this is the only way to go
Posted by Neil on 28th Apr 2020
A few years ago I tried about 10 different brands of ginger syrup, and I found Pickett's to be the very best. I've been buying it consistently from a great local shop (Bitters + Bottles) ever since. I love the full ginger flavor and the peppery spiciness. One thing I really appreciate is that it tastes great whether you make a more or less concentrated mix. I ordered my first bottles directly from Pickett's last week and really appreciated the prompt customer service.
Posted by MDA on 14th Apr 2020
Delicious! Worth every penny! I can't keep it stocked at my home because my friends keep begging for my reserve bottle. It's great with 50% mint tea 50% limeade and 1oz of syrup.
Posted by Collin on 10th Apr 2020
One of the best syrups on the market! Could use a touch more ginger, but I just add a few extra drops of ginger juice per glass to make up for it.
Posted by Craig on 30th Dec 2018
As a confessed "spiceahoolic", I prefer more piquant food and beverages. Although #3 is billed as "hot and spicy", I wouldn't mind it being a bit hotta. That said, it does have some kick and a great taste, and (coupled with my Sodastream) an economical alternative to the alternatives out there -- and you can adjust the concentration to your taste.
Love it, and have it on my re-order list when the second bottle gets about halfway emptied.
Posted by REX KLINE on 13th Sep 2018
I received a Soda Stream beverage maker several years ago as a gift because my family knew me to be a regular drinker of Club Soda and sparkling water. While I am not one for soda or 'pop'...I do have a weakness for 'Ginger' beer and ale. Having spent the last few years trying numerous other options, I finally had the good fortune to give Pickett's product a try. I found Pickett's Ginger Beer #1 to be excellent...the #3 Hot N' Spicy to be sublime.
Pickett's #3 is superior to every other syrup I have tried and easily equal to the best of the bottled ginger beers I have experienced.
Posted by Craig on 21st Jul 2018
After finding the Picket's #1 a little underwhelming, I thought I'd give #3 a try (wonder what happened to #2?).
In short, the best ginger syrup I've tried so far; my wife makes some from scratch which is delciiously overly-ginger, but lacks the touch of sweetness and the viscosity of the Pickett's product. I usually combine the two 1:1, and then top of with Sodastream-carbonated water (at max spritz) for a delightful ginger beer.
Good enough that it tastes good even if diluted to less than the recommended 1:5 ratio.
If you prefer yours less sweet than do a web search for "ginger syrup recipe".
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