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Does anyone know of a local store that sells Monin syrups? I checked Balducci's and Dean and Deluca online and neither had them.

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Balducci's
600 Franklin St, Alexandria, VA 22314

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  1. Haven't seen them locally, but Monin has an online store with free shipping. http://www.moninstore.com/

    monin-usa@monin.com
    855.FLAVOR1 (855-352-8671)

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    1. re: repete

      Thanks. I have checked out their website and others... if you order a case, they have free shipping. Other websites that sell for much cheaper have a huge S&H mark up... about $4.00 per bottle. I might have to break down and order a case... Monin syrups are great for making your own exotic sodas, cocktails, etc.

    2. check world market - they have a lot of flavored syrups but I don't know which brand they have. I've purchased them at the Friendship Heights one before.

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      1. re: Jeserf

        I might have to check out their Torani syrups, or at least the rasberry one. I like Monin because they have more exotic flavors... rose for instance is quite nice, especially if you mix it with Shaker's rose flavored vodka.

        1. re: burkemic99

          If you go to the store, they have a whole wall of flavored syrups - I guess Torani is the brand - but they have a lot of variety...at least to me. I bought a small sugar free vanilla one to add a little to seltzer. I highly recommend headed there to see before ordering online if you don't want to get a ton of bottles.

      2. I'm surprised that nobody has posted that Whole Foods carries them. At least I can confirm that the Springfield, Vienna and Falls Church stores carry them. I'm hooked on the hazelnut flavor for my morning coffee.

        1. I have seen them sometimes at TJ Maxx, Ross, Homegoods stores but the selection is pretty much hit ot miss... might be anything from vanilla to watermelon.