Buy Ree Drummond’s favorite coffee syrup

Brewed, iced, whipped or filled with foam – there are so many ways to enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning. Just ask Ree Drummond, for whom coffee is life itself. “I wouldn’t want to live in a world without coffee,” she says. “To say I couldn’t live without her is an understatement.”

While Ree enjoys her coffee in every fashion, she often prefers a cup that’s creamy, dreamy, and feels like it was made by a barista (even if it is Not 😉). So how does she get the cafe-style drinks home?

Introducing Pink House Alchemy.

Pink House Alchemy Pumpkin Butternut Spice Syrup


Pink House Alchemy Pumpkin Butternut Spice Syrup

This Arkansas-based company creates fun syrups using ingredients from farm to bottle. The women-founded brand was founded by Emily Lawson in the 100-year-old pink house she lived in at the time – hence the name! Born out of Emily’s love of delicious beverages and her appreciation for hardworking farmers, the company makes simple syrups, bitters and shrubs from quality ingredients.

And her newest syrup (out today!) is Pumpkin Butternut Spice Syrup—just in time for fall. Made with real pumpkin puree and butternut squash puree, along with maple, brown sugar and cardamom, this syrup is a nod to our favorite pumpkin desserts.

Wondering why the butternut is added? It’s not typical to find butternut squash in our pumpkin drinks, but that’s what makes it so unique—the butternut adds a touch of savory flavor to the syrup that’s perfect for balancing out the sweeter ingredients.

Pink House Alchemy says the syrup can be used as a coffee mince for instant flavor, but they also recommend using it in fall cocktails, adding it to baked goods, or drizzled over roasted sweet potatoes or French toast! Ree likes to use it in the pumpkin lattes she serves at The Merc.

Pumpkin Lattes

David Malosch

To make these Pumpkin Lattes: Add 1 ounce Pumpkin Butternut Spice and 1/4 ounce pH Delight Syrup to an espresso; Top with frothed milk and cinnamon.

Enjoy with a slice of Ree’s pumpkin sheet cake for the ultimate fall experience. ☕️🍂

Of course, this isn’t the first time Ree Pink House has used Alchemy for her coffee drinks. She’s also a fan of her toasted caramel syrup and chile syrup, which she uses in The Merc’s popular Spicy Cowgirl iced coffee. Ree calls it the “dreamiest iced coffee you’ve ever tasted.”

Delicious! Which syrup do you try first? Tell us in the comments.

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