Shaved Ice or Snow Cone Flavors - Concentrate 16 oz - IcySkyy

Shave Ice or Snow Cone Flavors - Concentrate 16 oz

Regular price $10.00

Flavor concentrates are an economical way to improve your profit margin. Your syrup can add up to a significant expense when it comes to your snow cone or shaved ice business. 

Just 4 oz can create 1 gallon of ready to use syrup when you use concentrates. Plus, they don't contain any sugar, so you have ready to serve sugar-free options. A 16 oz bottle is the perfect amount for running your store or supplying a catered event.


When it comes to storage, a concentrate is going to have a longer shelf life. So, you'll have lower lost inventory costs from spoilage. Plus, you can now buy more flavor options since you're spending less on your flavors.

We have almost 40 different flavors for you to choose from. There are common flavors such as raspberry, blue Hawaii, apple, and bubblegum. Then, there are the wilder flavors such as guava, root beer, coconut, and cherry colada. 

Order today to improve your bottom line by switching over the flavor concentrates.

  • Concentrate 16 Oz. is perfect for any stores, catering events.
  • Comes in many delicious flavors like Passion Fruit, Guava or Blue Hawaii. Just click the flavor button above to see more. 
  • a 16 Oz. bottle can make 4 gallons of ready to use syrup.  
  • Our concentrates can be made into syrups easily. It is a very economical way to make shaved ice syrup allowing for higher profit margins.

Why use Concentrates?

  • Using Concentrates is a very economical way to make shaved ice or snow cone syrup allowing higher profit margins.  For example, 4 Oz. Concentrate can be made into 1 Gallon of ready to use syrup! 
  • Concentrates do not contain sugar, so you can make your own sugar free ready-to-use simple syrup by using sugar substitutes. 
  • Concentrates have a longer shelf life, preventing spoilage and waste of syrup. 
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  • Use a gallon container and dissolve 5 lbs. of sugar in approximately 1/2 gallon of purified/filtered water.
  • Shake the mixture well before adding 4 Oz. of flavor concentrate.
  • Then fill the rest of the container with purified/filtered water to make one gallon of syrup. For best results, keep the syrup refrigerated.

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