Grenadine Containers
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I love your recipe. Just to be clear, are you saying that you would NOT substitute it for grenadine in a recipe?

I am looking for a good recipe because I avoid most drinks with grenadine. I just can’t stand the store bought stuff. It’s abysmal.

And your recipe looks just right.

Chad, sorry for the confusion. I would definitely use this recipe over the store but stuff with the caveat that the final drink will not taste like it did with the store bought stuff. This is much more flavorful. Different isn’t bad, of course. It’s just . . . different 🙂 If a drink recipe included a subtle dose of Grenadine, this recipe will be less than subtle at the same proportion. You can change proportions, of course, or you can enjoy the drink with the better Grenadine taste.

Hope that makes sense. Please report back if/when you make some. As you can see, it’s pretty easy.

Thanks, Will. I thought that was what you were saying, that you couldn’t just substitute it one-to-one and expect it to taste the same. But it is still a grenadine, and probably more faithful to the original recipes’ version, anyway. So it will probably taste more like the original drinks intended.

Believe it or not, I used to have a bottle of pomegranate molasses, but it was so thick and weird that I used it one time and decided to throw it out when I moved.

Now I have an excuse to get another one! Thanks!

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