Size375mLProof0 (0% ABV)*Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
This award-winning maple syrup is aged in Pappy Van Winkle barrels. Crafted in partnership with Bissel Maple Farm, the syrup goes perfectly with pancakes or cocktails and makes for a unique gift for bourbon lovers.
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Note: Once an order has been safely & successfully delivered, we do not accept returns due to change of heart or taste. Due to state regulations, we cannot accept the return of alcohol purchased by a customer in error.
About Pappy & Company Barrel Aged Pure Maple Syrup
Pappy & Company was founded by Pappy's three great-granddaughters who found their own way of continuing the legend's legacy. They have a line of bourbon-inspired products that pay tribute to their great-grandfather's heritage. Their products include barware, premium cigars, unique gifts, and apparel, among others. Their award-winning maple syrup is the Pappy Van Winkle Barrel-Aged Pure Maple Syrup. Crafted in partnership with Bissel Maple Farm, the syrup is aged in Pappy Van Winkle bourbon barrels and is the perfect match for pancakes, waffles, or cocktails like the old fashioned and Manhattan.
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About Old Rip Van Winkle
In 1893, Julian Pappy Van Winkle Sr. began working as a traveling salesman for the W.L. Weller & Sons Company in Louisville, Kentucky. Weller & Sons was a liquor wholesaler and sold bourbon under various labels, including Old Fitzgerald and Rebel Yell. After the turn of the century, Van Winkle purchased Weller & Sons Co., together with the Stitzel Distillery, which produced most of the bourbons sold by the wholesaler, and merged the two companies. While Prohibition forced most distilleries to close their doors, Van Winkle was granted a license to continue operating his distillery and producing whiskey for medicinal purposes. By the time of his death at the age of 91 in 1966, Van Winkle was the oldest active distiller in the country.
The history of cocktails dates back to the not-so-good days of prohibition when people started to mix drinks trying to make the homemade or bootlegged liquor drinkable.
But things have changed since then, and cocktails have become increasingly popular with modern pop culture, from classics like Martini, Old Fashioned, or Negroni, to the more festive versions like Margaritas and Mojitos becoming staples in most bars.