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Lyles Golden Syrup 454g

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4.3 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Technical Details
Product Dimensions45 x 10 x 10 cm
Manufacturer referenceC0-JEXZ-WRYZ-CA
Product Namefood
Weight455 Grams
Country of originEnglish
BrandTate and Lyle
CuisineEnglish
Manufacturer/ProducerTate and Lyle
  
Additional Information
ASINB0001590BY
Best Sellers Rank 81,295 in Grocery (See top 100)
Shipping Weight522 g
Date First Available8 Oct. 2010
  
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Product description

Partially Inverted Refiners Syrup. Lyle's Golden Syrup is the nation's favourite syrup; with its rich warm taste, mellow mouth feel and golden colour. With over 125 years of baking heritage, it is perfect as a topping for puddings and pancakes and so well known for being a unique baking ingredient to enhance flavour in variety of sweet and savoury dishes. And, it is available in a larger catering pack for chefs' ease in mind. To discover our story and for recipe inspiration visit our website www.lylesgoldensyrup.com Allergy Information Free From: Cereals Containing Gluten, Wheat, Coconut, Corn (Maize), Eggs, Lactose, Milk, Nuts, Pine Nuts & Pine Kernals, Sesame Seeds, Shellfish, Soya\Soybeans, Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites

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By Glenn Cook HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 Feb. 2014
The iconic can says it all.

'From the strong came forth sweetness'.

When you are of the same age as me this conjours up a rare treat which always seemed to taste so much sweeter then.
Along with dripping sandwiches, egg and bacon fried in lard this was a staple of the British diet in the 50s and 60s.

Times may have changed but this partially inverted syrup- always called, but wrongly so 'treacle' has stood the test of time.

The recipe has never changed and why should it?
This is a main ingredient of flapjack.
We always double the amount of syrup so that it is chewy.
A Great Taste.

The make Lyle amalgamated with Tate (of the Gallery Fame) but the iconic brand and distinctive tin remained.

The Quotation is from the Bible, Old Testament.

Which if memory serves me was from the story where Samson asks the riddle to the Philistines.
The correct answer to the riddle was a wild swarm of bees had made their nest in the carcass of a dead lion.
The strong was the lion- the sweet the honey that the bees made.
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By Glenn Cook HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 Feb. 2014
The iconic can says it all.

'From the strong came forth sweetness'.

When you are of the same age as me this conjours up a rare treat which always seemed to taste so much sweeter then.
Along with dripping sandwiches, egg and bacon fried in lard this was a staple of the British diet in the 50s and 60s.

Times may have changed but this partially inverted syrup- always called, but wrongly so 'treacle' has stood the test of time.

The recipe has never changed and why should it?
This is a main ingredient of flapjack.
We always double the amount of syrup so that it is chewy.
A Great Taste.

The make Lyle amalgamated with Tate (of the Gallery Fame) but the iconic brand and distinctive tin remained.

The Quotation is from the Bible, Old Testament.

Which if memory serves me was from the story where Samson asks the riddle to the Philistines.
The correct answer to the riddle was a wild swarm of bees had made their nest in the carcass of a dead lion.
The strong was the lion- the sweet the honey that the bees made.
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I really do adore syrup! I love it in porridge and on pancakes even occasionally on ice cream and the other day I splodged some on my dried up old muesli and added milk to it (that worked for me really well! lol).

We always have a can of this in our cupboard because I'm crazy for the stuff!
The Packaging:

454g Gold and dark green can with a silver lid to the top of it that pulls off and on and the best before date is clearly stamped on there. On the front of the can there is a white and gold pattern and I'm told it is Lyle's Golden Syrup 'Abram Lyle & Sons Sugar Refiners' and the size is stated along with a drawing of a lion to the centre of the can. On the back of the can I'm told a bit about the product, ingredients and nutritional information is stated, the recylcle symbol is displayed and finally there is a bar-code on there. It looks an old fashioned type of can due to the pattern and it's informative.
A Bit About The Product According To The Back Of The Can:

Enjoy a little taste of yesterday today with Lyle's Golden Syrup. It's unmistakable flavour is delicious on porridge and pancakes and great in flapjacks, sticky puds, cakes and cookies. Lyle's Golden Syrup is surprisingly tasty in savoury dishes too
Suitable for Vegetarians.
Gluten Free.
Free from artificial colours, flavours & preservatives.

The Syrup Itself:
Wonderful! Dark yellow and transparent in colour it's very sticky and looks thick when you take some out. It doesn't pour too well out of the tin because of thickness however add some via a spoon to where you want it and it goes to where you want it thick but you can direct it thinly and it goes onto food as a light yellow colour.

It is very sticky indeed, this is so sweet but amazingly tasty.
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By Glenn Cook HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 Feb. 2014
he iconic can says it all.

'From the strong came forth sweetness'.

When you are of the same age as me this conjours up a rare treat which always seemed to taste so much sweeter then.
Along with dripping sandwiches, egg and bacon fried in lard this was a staple of the British diet in the 50s and 60s.

Times may have changed but this partially inverted syrup- always called, but wrongly so 'treacle' has stood the test of time.

The recipe has never changed and why should it?
This is a main ingredient of flapjack.
We always double the amount of syrup so that it is chewy.
A Great Taste.

The make Lyle amalgamated with Tate (of the Gallery Fame) but the iconic brand and distinctive tin remained.

The Quotation is from the Bible, Old Testament.

Which if memory serves me was from the story where Samson asks the riddle to the Philistines.
The correct answer to the riddle was a wild swarm of bees had made their nest in the carcass of a dead lion.
The strong was the lion- the sweet the honey that the bees made.
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