SPARKLE with a BANG! Fancy-Up your Sparkling Wine with Local Gourmet Syrups!

Local Artisan BANG CANDY Company  has helped make Nashville just a little sweeter!

Not only have they cornered the market with their unique varieties of melt-in-your mouth pillows of hand-made marshmallows such as Toasted Coconut,Chocolate Chile and Expresso Chocolate, Sarah has managed to create another delicious product. Sarah Souther, the creator of this magical company, makes naturally flavored syrups to enhance the flavor of tea,lemonade,dessert and SPARKLING WINE! Lavender Rose,Ginger Rose,Hibiscus Orange Flower and Habanero Lime are just a few of the unique,fresh syrups she has to offer. Her secret? She uses fresh ingredients steeped in a concoction of simple syrup and bottles it for our enjoyment!

I discovered this delicious product during the Local Artisan Cheese Event. We all got a chance to sample Prosecco (Italian Sparkling Wine) with the Lavender Rose Syrup.
Prosecco and Cava (Spanish Sparkling Wine) are both dry,crisp and citrusy often with honey and floral aromas. The Lavender Rose Syrup is pleasantly sweet, fresh and floral.
It reminds me of the intoxicating aroma lavender fields at Becker Vineyards in Stonewall, Texas where the rows of vines often have a beautiful rose bush at the front.

Just a tablespoon or so is all it takes. It adds a new dimension to the already refreshing glass of bubbly. The delightfully fresh and floral components enhance the crispness and citrus flavors of the Cava or Prosecco.

I often welcome my friends into my house for a gathering with a tall glass of Sparkling Cava or Prosecco with a splash of BANG SYRUPS. They love it! TOAST!

To purchase the syrups, check out the website BANG CANDY COMPANY in Nashville,Tn.



AND, don’t forget about the marshmallows!!!!! They are AWESOME!


CIAO for NOW!!!!!

About The Author

Lisa Mays

Lisa is passionate about wine and holds the WSET Advanced Certificate (Wine and Spirit Education Trust of London). She will be pursuing her Diploma Certificate through rigorous on-going studies and plans to attain the prestigious Master of Wine designation.

Other posts by

Author of this web site


10 2011

Your Comment