Sip the Magic: Founding Spirits Bourbon Finished in Maple Syrup Barrels 

Our limited-edition Founding Spirits Bourbon Finished in Maple Syrup Barrels is here for a limited time, and we don’t want anyone to miss the excitement. This exclusive, almost magic spirit began with an idea to repurpose our bourbon barrels.  

Our story starts with a partnership with Cornell University’s Maple Program in upstate NY that’s nothing short of magical. With their expertise and our commitment to excellence, we embarked on a mission to create delicious maple syrup infused with our Founding Spirits Bourbon.  

To begin, we aged our Founding Spirits Bourbon as we usually do in fresh oak barrels for a full two years. Patience is the key, and these barrels became the canvas for our masterpiece.  

Once our bourbon had matured to perfection, those oak barrels got a second lease on life. We filled them to the brim with Cornell’s Grade A maple syrup, and the alchemy began. Over six months, the syrup absorbed the bourbon’s essence and became our Bourbon Barrel-Aged Maple Syrup. This wasn’t just your ordinary pancake topper; it was a flavor explosion, and we quickly sold out of our bottles. The hints of our Founding Spirits Bourbon really elevated the breakfast game.

But we weren’t finished yet. Those maple syrup-infused barrels still held untapped potential. We poured our Founding Spirits Bourbon back into the barrels for another round of aging. Another eight months of maturation, and we created a limited-edition Bourbon like no other. 

Are you ready to sip the magic? Our Founding Spirits Bourbon Finished in Maple Syrup Barrels is more than just a unique and delicious spirit; it’s a captivating story in every glass. Confident notes of vanilla, molasses, toffee and spice with a gentle aroma of maple make it tasty on its own and in cocktails. Cheers to innovation, craftsmanship, and the pursuit of perfection in every sip! 

Enjoy our spirits in our restaurants, pick up from one of our DC restaurants, or order online for shipping to most states.