Grade B Maple Syrup

Grade B Maple Syrup is a grade of maple syrup used in the United States to denote a darker, less refined product than Grade A. Grade B syrup is the medium brown in color with a pronounced maple flavor. It is typically used in cooking and baking where a more robust flavor is needed to shine through other ingredients. 

Some popular cocktails containing Grade B maple syrup

  • Bittersweet Reunion — Bourbon, Bitters, Ramazzotti, Orange peel, Ice, Grade B maple syrup, Lemon juice
  • Sunset at Gowanus — Venezuelan rum, Herbal liqueur, Apple brandy, Lime juice, Grade B maple syrup
  • Nouveau Sangaree — Beaujolais Nouveau, Apple brandy, Sloe gin, Bitters, Grade B maple syrup
  • Pony Express — Rye, White tea liqueur, Lemon juice, Grade B maple syrup, Lemon peel
  • Starfish & Coffee — Bourbon, Aperol, Coffee Pecan Bitters, Star anise, Egg white, Lemon juice, Blackberry preserves, Grade B maple syrup