High West Distillery and Saloon started with one man's passion to make a great Rocky Mountain Whiskey. Proprietor and distiller David Perkins married his background as a biochemist, his love of bourbon and cooking, and his passion for the American West to bring the craft of small-batch distilling back to Utah, of all places. So, when Tim Burton called David and pitched the idea of aging his award winning Maple Syrup into Davids award winning Whiskey Barrels, David immediately said "I'm all in!". Now you have the chance to taste the best of both worlds…Enjoy!
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.
"My Old Kentucky Home" reins through with our Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup. This Barrel Aged Maple Syrup has been aged in 7 year old Kentucky Bourbon Barrels. These Barrels have been hand selected, hot packed & bottled by Tim Burton to ensure the highest most consistent Barrel Aged flavor. Our Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup has a smooth bourbon flare with a nice maple finish. The culinary possibilities with this sweet elixir are endless. Each barrel is a Limited Release of only 536 Bottles.
Served in 12 oz. 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.
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