Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by key001, Oct 19, 2012.
I'll have to check if my local ABC store carries that. I'm a big fan of natural maple flavor.
It does say natural flavors on the side but who knows what that means. I like the fact it tastes really good yet is 90 proof. Stronger than some whiskey's yet it still manages to get all that extra flavor in there.
Assuming you buy maple syrup from time to time, few knew that Grade B was better (darker and richer in flavor) and Grade A. They've changed the ratings because people were assuming A was better than B, and now there are four variations of Grade A.
Thanks for the link, I didn't realize the rating changed. I've always preferred B, but I was recently given a half gallon of 15-20 year old Vermont fancy ("A") that has been fantastic.
Just like honey, different flavor profiles for different purposes. Although I like the taste of maple syrup, I rarely use it on anything other than buttermilk pancakes. Turbinado sugar, brown sugar, palm sugar, lots of different honeys, and molasses are my preferred sweeteners.
It's Friday after hard week of work, so a bottle of chardonnay should hit the spot.
End of a ****y work week?
Not enough special for you?
Wasn't is just last week you were so happy to have a job and a paycheck?
What are you, my wife? I can't complain about hard week at work?
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