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Tippleman’s Not Quite Simple Syrups for Cocktails
Once upon a time, if you wanted to try a drink made with Tippleman’s Not Quite Simple Syrups, you had to go to a pre-Prohibition bar in the woods near Charleston, South Carolina. Now, though, the syrups are bottled and shipped nationwide, so your chances of being able to get your hands on a bottle are a lot higher.
Tippleman’s Not Quite Simple Syrups were engineered with bartenders in mind, but the line’s array of flavors (including ginger honey, barrel smoked maple, and burnt sugar) can be used in a kitchen or home bar as well. And the syrup is “crafted in rather small batches,” so you know quality control is rather high.
Bottles of Tippleman’s Not Quite Simple Syrups start at $12 at the Tippleman’s online store right here, where you can also score some Tippleman’s merchandise if you like their products enough to wear them on a t-shirt.