Monin Vanilla syrup is ideal for flavouring your coffee, can also be used in cocktails, milkshakes and granitas! Monin Vanilla syrup as served in coffee shops makes a fantastic vanilla latte or even a vanilla cappuccino. Monin vanilla syrup can also be used to make vanilla frappes and milkshakes too!
Where Does Vanilla Come From?
Vanilla is the second most expensive spice after saffron due to the extensive labour required to grow and harvest the vanilla pods. Vanilla derives its name from the Spanish word for "Little Pod". Vanilla originates from the Gulf Coast of Mexico, where the Totonac people were the first to harvest the vanilla vine pods. Today Madagascar accounts for the majority of global vanilla production.
Did You Know? Vanilla is derived from the Spanish word vanilla meaning " little pod ".
Contains only natural extracts with no artificial flavourings, no fat, no cholesterol. Monin Vanilla Syrup ingredients; sugar, water, natural flavouring, natural vanilla flavouring, concentrated lemon juice, preservative E202.
Monin Vanilla Syrup 1 litre plastic bottle is available for UK Next Day Delivery.
Monin Syrup Dispensing Pump (For 1 Litre)
Monin Syrup Dispensing Pump (For 700ml)
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Please Note: For Saturday & Sunday Deliveries orders must be placed by 4pm on Friday.
*We currently ship to UK, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Channel Islands, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Spain, Japan, Sweden, UAE & USA.
Please call or email us for quotes for shipping to other countries, we are always happy to add to the list!
Please note, any instructions for the delivery driver must be left in the box provided during checkout, thank you. Delivery will be made to the address specified by the customer on the completed purchase form. Any issues with your delivery must be reported within 10 working days.
If you have not received your order within 7 working days, or your goods were damaged in transit, please contact our team on 01555 773980 quoting your purchase order number, and date of purchase so that we may correct the problem as soon as possible. The 'two-day' or '48 hours' delivery is not a guarantee instead it is the standard timescale for most deliveries. On rare occasions it can take a little bit longer. Please note: Evri deliveries are fully trackable via your email.
If you have not received your parcel within 48 working hours of ordering, or your goods were damaged in transit, please contact our team on 01555 773980 quoting your purchase order number, and date of purchase so that we may correct the problem as soon as possible. If you provide a mobile number you will receive an estimated one-hour delivery slot for your delivery by SMS text message.