Syrup of the Week: Molasses


Syrup of the Week: Molasses

Ever wonder what that distinct bitter flavor was in Gingerbread? It’s molasses, a common ingredient found in baking and rum brewing.

A dark brown syrup is produced by pressing sugar cane to create a juice, and then boiling the liquid until the cane crystalizes. Molasses was originally developed in India as early as 500 BC, and brought to the West-Indies by Christopher Columbus almost a century later. Today it is still enjoyed in many bakery items and alcoholic beverages.


Andrew Garrison

Andrew is a graduate of McDaniel College (’13). He is also an aspiring writer and stand-up comedian. He believes that if you are passionate about something, you should go for it! Life is too short for question marks, live life to the fullest while exploring your dreams and see what happens! Andrew presently lives in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania.

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