Stirling Syrup

 

The secret to Stirling Specialty Flavors' true, rich taste and aroma is the unique blending of up to five different sugars with pure fruit juice concentrates and the finest flavor ingredients available. But what makes Stirling so cool is what really sets it apart. Most brands use excess heat to process their syrups, through boiling or flash pasteurization. This intense heat can distort the flavor and aroma of the final product. Cool blending provides a truer, more intense and balanced flavor. Stirling Specialty Flavors holds up well when used in hot beverages and in recipes, and also enhances Italian sodas, cocktails and other iced beverages.


High Concentration

Stirling Specialty Flavors are rich and concentrated, a result of Stirling's 64+ BRIX measurement (solid contents suspended in a water base), which makes it one of the most concentrated and affordable flavoring syrups on the market. Only the highest quality flavoring ingredients and a complex blend of up to five natural sugars are used in the formulation of Stirling syrups, so a smaller average serving is required.


Less Sweetness

Why create a delicious latte with the highest quality coffee, brewed to perfection, only to compromise its taste with a sweet, watered-down syrup? To ensure that our flavors do not overwhelm the recipes to which they are added, Stirling Specialty Flavors do not deliver "sticky-sweet" flavor like competitive standard-grade syrup brands.

Sturdy, Lightweight Packaging
Stirling delivers its unique qualities in a high-density, pharmaceutical-grade plastic bottle that has the elegant look of glass, but it’s lightweight design reduces shipping costs and minimizes the risk of breakage during transportation.