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October’s flavor of the month is caramel: smooth, buttery, melt-in-your mouth flavor. Made by carefully heating sugar until slightly brown in color with a smooth, supple texture, real caramel takes time to perfectly craft. We’ve taken all the goodness of rich, authentic caramel and bottled it up in a variety of flavorings to choose from. Tasty and versatile, caramel pairs well with many other flavors such as vanilla, chocolate, spiced pumpkin or even salted toffee – so use any one of our delicious caramel flavorings to create craveable coffee drinks, dessert cocktails, creamy milkshakes and more.

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  • Honey September

    September’s flavor of the month is honey: an all-natural sweetener with brilliant flavor. Just a spoonful of honey adds balanced sweetness and smooth, earthy notes to any beverage or culinary creation. Honey is natural, delicious, and known to be rich with antioxidants, for ultimate functionality. Perfect for any season, this perennial favorite pairs well with many flavors such as mango, lavender, ginger and more. Try drizzling Monin Honey Syrup in your tea, flavoring lemonade with Monin Honey Mango Syrup, or using Monin Honey Sweetener to stir up creativity in the kitchen with honey-infused sauces and marinades.

  • August

    August’s flavor of the month is watermelon: crunchy, juicy, and perfectly pink. This fruit is made up of mostly water, hence the name “watermelon” and is always a refreshing choice. This summertime fruit also pairs well with a spicy kick of jalapeño or a dash of fresh herbs. August 3rd is National Watermelon Day and we invite you to celebrate all month long with watermelon-flavored cocktails, mocktails, sodas, lemonades, and more.

  • Mango July

    Mango is a tropical fruit known for its sweet flavor and velvety texture. This versatile fruit pairs well with spicy notes or other fruit-forward flavors. Mango is delicious in cocktails, sodas, lemonades, other specialty drinks or a variety of culinary creations. This tree fruit is often referred to as the ‘apple of the tropics’ because of its popularity as a refreshing snack.