Iced caramel mocha at starbucks!

Question: Iced caramel mocha at starbucks
i ordered an iced caramel mocha at starbucks and they asked me if i wanted syrup or sauce!. what's the difference!?Www@FoodAQ@Com

I used to work at Starbucks!.

The syrup is the very "liquidy" kind that comes in the Torani bottles that they pump out according to recipe!.

The sauce is the thick and gooey stuff that they pour on top for decoration!.

The caramel mocha comes with both!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

syrup is thinner than sauce!. also a caramel sauce will usually have milk or cream in it to thicken it up in the cooking process!. i would take the sauce over the syrup!. caramel syrup is just sugar and water cooked down to almost burning the sugar!. if you add cream to that mixture (and a bit of butter if your making candies) and cook it down to a thick consitency, it turns it into caramel sauce!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

Really a sauce should only be used for blended (frapps)drinks and syrups should be used for hot or iced drinks!. So, ask for syrup and have them put a bit of sauce at the bottom!. It's good that way!.

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They have caramel syrup- which is watery- and they have caramel sauce- which is the thick creamy stuff they drizzle on the top of caramel macchiatos!. Go with the sauce!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I assume the syrup would be like caramel flavored [liquid] sugar, and the sauce would be actual caramel sauce (like the type you would get on a sundae)!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

syrup is what is in the pumps, liquid!. the sauce is what goes on top of frappucinos, like on a candy apple!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

i think syrup is something that sinks to the bottom of it and sauce mixes in!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I'm not so sure!. But every Starbucks is different, and the things they'll ask you will be different too!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

dont no but that sounnds good

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