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Blood Orange Candi Syrup - 1 lb.
AJ61

Blood Orange Candi Syrup - 1 lb.

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Been wanting to add something unique to your next batch, but just not sure what that should be?  Well let us recommend our Blood Orange Candi Syrup!  This syrup goes well with numerous different beer styles, including (but certainly not limited to): Wheats, Pale Ales, IPAs and Blondes.  Provides a subtle citrusy aroma with a mild, but noticeable, sweet orange flavor.

For the most flavor impact add to the fermenter, ideally after high Krausen has passed.  

Also check out our Blood Orange Belgian that features this syrup in the kit recipe.


Made in the USA by Cascade Beer Candi Syrup.

California Recipients: See Proposition 65 Information
 
Item # AJ61
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 1LBS
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Great product, repeat purchase
Timothy H on Aug 2, 2018
new brew
Paul N on May 18, 2018
Great product, repeat purchase
Timothy H on Aug 2, 2018
Experimenting
Henry M on Jun 12, 2018
new brew
Paul N on May 18, 2018
This works very well in a wheat beer.
Randall A. Z on Mar 27, 2018
summer beers are coming soon
mike c on Mar 16, 2018
grand cru
Leonard C on Feb 12, 2018
I have used it before
Christopher B on Feb 3, 2018
I make hard cider and have had this flavor before, I want to experiment with this
Valued C on Jan 13, 2018
Experimenting
Henry M on Jun 12, 2018
This works very well in a wheat beer.
Randall A. Z on Mar 27, 2018
Is it better to add to secondary and allow
it to ferment out or at bottling?
kelly beaubien on Apr 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have added it to the secondary. It does restart the fermentation a bit, bit you gather more of the orange flavor than at the end of the boil. I have not tried it during the bottle conditioning. It sounds intriguing. You will need to be calculate the proper amount so you don't over carbonate. I know Palmer's book had a list of different sugars and the quantities needed for bottle conditioning. That would be the first place I would look. Let us know how it turns out if you bottle condition with this.
Reviews

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Gave my Walter wheat a great flavor
June 14, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago
Love It
Love the authentic flavor but made the mistake of using it in a Belgian that overpowered the flavor. Added several to the secondary in stages. Will try this again in a blonde or wheat recipe that will allow that nice orange flavor to come through.
January 30, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
Helped me win gold in fruit beer!
This tasty addition to my american wheat fruit beer did a great job in securing a gold medal in the 29B category for the local brew competition. An great addition to a summer time ale.

"Great Beer! Complex, unique, balanced very enjoyable."

"Hibiscus, blood orange and hop flavor is balanced by sweetness, finished dry and leaves me wanting more."
August 17, 2015
used in 2 recipes
I used 8oz in each, a wheat and American Pale Ale 2. First batch followed makers directions from their website but didn't like the results. Next recipe added remaining 8oz(i had to warm it up because it crystalized) 5 min before flameout. Added a nice subtle flavor and bumped up abv.
August 7, 2015
Works very well
Very impressive results. Nice underlying notes of orange and increased my abu by 17%
May 27, 2015
Candi Blood Orange Rocks!
I have used this in a Belgian Abbey Ale and a Pliny the elder DIPA and found nice balance and melodious addition of Orange undertones. Also increased ABV!
May 5, 2015
Worked quite well
Having done twelve 5 gallon batches and always steered away from flavorings other than hops, lemongrass (real), some chili peppers from my garden and some coffee extract in a porter. I decided to give this sugar a try. Looked carefully at where it comes from and as it turns out it's from a brewer in Washington State. I added the pound of it to a Kolsch during boil with the other sugars. Fermented done quite well and fast with an Australian ale yeast (WLP009) and the 6.5% brew originally calculated to be 5.5% came out really nice. The pound added about 1% ABV and there's no artificial flavor detected it just has a nice mild taste of sweet orange in the middle. Would most certainly consider other products in this liquid sugar series.
July 10, 2014