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Bourbon Smoked Sugar  -10 oz
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Bourbon Smoked Sugar starts with raw, minimally processed sugar.

 

The naturally rich, sweet caramel flavors of this raw sugar are enhanced by smoking over American Oak staves from barrels that were used to age Kentucky bourbon. The smokiness of this one-of-a-kind sugar adds a spectacular finish to many beverages, desserts and entrees, including grilled poultry, fruit crisps, pies, cookies, creme brulee and cocktails. The smoky aroma is powerful, but the flavor is surprisingly mellow and delicate. A very cool product from Bourbon Barrel Foods of Louisville, Kentucky.

 

Net Wt. 10 oz (283 grams)

 

Product of USA

 

 

 

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