What you have here is a somewhat adult twist on a breakfast staple.
We took Grade 'A' Medium Pennsylvania maple syrup and carefully poured it into a used Rye whiskey barrel. The barrels come to us from Cactoctin Creek Distilling Company in northern Virginia.
A whiskey barrel can be used for whiskey only once, by law. This creates a secondary market for the used ones. When we visited Catoctin Creek for a bottling workshop and tour I found myself wondering what else you could use the barrel for.
Clearly I found a use.
A taste of Langdon Wood Barrel-Aged Maple Syrup starts off with the expected sweetness and maple flavor, but then that sugar flavor drops off and the warm, dry feeling of a good rye whiskey
Comes in 8 fl. oz / 225ml and 12 fl oz / 355ml clear flip-top bottles
Each bottle ~3.5lb shipped weight (~1.5kg)
Use it for breakfast, save it for dinner, what ever you like. In fact, if you're thinking about "Brinner", you should be thinking about Langdon Wood