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MarilynFL

Yes, I would have to agree with joanie. Lyle's is very, very thick and has a subtle butterscotchy

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Posted to Thread #17303 at 2:55 pm on Dec 29, 2009

flavor. A simple syrup would never end up as thick as it is. I read that it was discovered during a sugar distillation process. It tastes almost as if it's nearing a caramelization stage, but stopped short.

I tried playing around with melting Werthers's butterscotch candies when I was trying to make the HobNobs, but then generous <i>misplaced in AZ</i> mailed me some real Lyles, bless her heart.

Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_syrup


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