Bourbon Smoked Sugar
Our Bourbon Smoked Sugar is a raw sugar that has been smoked with bourbon barrel staves. It has sweet caramel flavors and the richness of smoked oak. Use it as a finishing sugar on fruit crisps, pies, cookies, and cocktails.
Recipes section for more great ideas.
10 oz. tin Bourbon Smoked Sugar $11.00
24 oz. bag Bourbon Smoked Sugar $20.00
Miniature Tin $3.00
Check out this Kentucky Colonel Mint Gelato and Bourbon Smoked Sugar Cookie Sandwich recipe from The Local Palate! Even Rachael Ray loves Bourbon Smoked Sugar too!
Ingredients: smoked raw Demerara sugar
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|Dimensions||3.625 x 3.625 x 2.654 in|
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Featured in Woodford Reserve's 2014 $1,000 Mint Julep Simple Syrup. This simple syrup is rich and minty. Made from a raw Demerara sugar, the unique taste of this simple syrup is perfect in cocktails, coffee, and other drinks.
Mint Julep Simple Syrup is also available in the Woodford Reserve® Distillery Gift Shop and Work the Metal (located in Butchertown Market).