Pappy and Company Bourbon Maple Syrup

Mar 23, 2016

Category: Vices

For many unfortunate souls, getting a taste of good old Pappy Van Winkle is something they experience solely in their dreams. However, there are in fact other ways to get a hold of Pappy’s delectable bourbon sweetness. And the answer comes in the form of condiments. Sounds weird we know, but Pappy & Company released a very intriguing take on an otherwise ordinary food item – maple syrup.

The Bourbon Barrel-Aged Pure Maple Syrup came to fruition thanks to the Bissel Maple Farm, spending six happy months in 15-year-old Pappy barrels to achieve that sweet oaky undertone. In addition to the syrup, the beloved whiskey brand also released a pepper sauce that’s made in conjunction with Midland Ghost, the supplier of Ghost Peppers for the condiment. So if you’re interested in bringing Pappy’s charm to breakfast, lunch and dinner without feeling like an alcoholic, then this is your opportunity. Seize it. Available now for around $12. [Purchase]

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