This Artisan Rum Barrel Aged Maple Syrup has been aged in 14 year old Tennessee Rum Kegs from Prichard's Distillery. These kegs have been hand picked, hot packed & bottled by Tim Burton to ensure the highest most consistent Barrel flavor. Our Maple Barrel Aged Syrup has light buttery rum notes that greet the back palette with a nice maple finish. This unique elixir adds a great finished flavor to many savory & pastry dishes.
2013 Limited Release 375 Bottles
Each bottle will have the Barrel No. & will be individually numbered in sequence by hand.
Served in 12oz glass bottle
Established in 2008, KOVAL produces organic whiskey, liqueurs and specialty spirits in Chicago's first distillery since prohibition. Founders Robert and Sonat Birnecker, chose to leave their academic careers to bring the distilling traditions of Robert's Austrian family to America. When Tim called and talked with Distiller Mark DeSimone to bounce the idea of crafting a KOVAL whiskey barrel aged maple syrup, Mark said he loved the idea and will run it by Robert. Tim received a callback within 5 minutes from Mark saying…."Let's do this….how many barrels would you like?".
This Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup is a golden collaboration between Breckenridge Distillery and Burton's Maplewood Farm. When Tim Burton was introduced to "Booze Hustler", Kevin "Litch" Polich, at the 2011 Gourmet on Gore food event in Vail, CO. he knew there was something special that would develop from this friendship. Tim asked Litch if he'd be interested in creating a Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup for future visits to the Rockies? Litch immediately said yes and two Breckenridge Distillery Barrels were on the way to Tim's farm located in the southern hills of Indiana. Now you can enjoy this "Golden" elixir yourself for Breakfast, in a Cocktail or for Braising Salmon, Steak, Pork or Chicken on the grill.
In the traditional 12-oz. Oval Glass Bottle.
Feast TV: Burton's Maplewood Farm
Meet one of the country’s leading producers of the American sweetener at Burton’s Maplewood Farm in Indiana.
National Maple Syrup Festival | Earth Eats | The Weekly Special
On March 26, 2015, Tim Burton, of Burton's Maplewood Farm, founded the National Maple Syrup Festival in Medora, Indiana; five years later, the festival has relocated to Nashville.
Burton's Maplewood Farm Syrup featured on WISHTV.COM