Our vanilla bean syrup is a labor of love. We bring in barrels of raw vanilla beans sourced from Madagascar and use every piece of every bean. We split them, scrape the insides, chop the outsides, and use a double filter process to create an added richness. All the fuss is worth it: we’ve found that there is some kind of magic in the agitation of the skin, bean by bean. Try it—we think you’ll agree!
Suggested Uses: Vanilla Bean Coffee (1 oz of Vanilla Bean syrup, 1 solid cup of joe Simple and just right!) Vanilla Bean Soaking Cake (Your favorite yellow/white or citrus cake, 1/2 cup Vanilla Bean syrup; Remove cake from oven, use fork tines to pierce the surface of the cake, drizzle pH vanilla syrup in the holes, allow cake to cool. Serve with fresh peaches or apricots and sweet cream)
Pink House Alchemy: pH Delight Syrup
Pink House Delight, formally known as Onyx Delight, is a flavor experience. Rich vanilla, spicy cinnamon, and early honey make this syrup a class of its own. This trifecta flavored syrup has been gracing the coffee mug since the early 90's. This syrup creates on of the most widely requested drinks and is without a doubt a classic.
Pink House Delight: 1 oz pH Delight syrup and 6 ox Onyx cold brew. Top with cream or oat milk.
Pink House Alchemy: Mexican Chile Syrup
Mexican Chile Syrup is made from the arbol chile. We chose these peppers for their bright hot taste and their distinct smokiness. Use this to make killer chile lime soda, a pH staff favorite. Or get creative in the kitchen and use Mexican Chile for curry dishes and barbecue sauces to add a sweet heat without making the sauce thicker.
Suggested Uses: Kicking Mule (2 ounces Buillet Bourbon, 1 ounce Mexican Chile syrup, 1 ounce freshly squeezed lime juice; Top with soda water and garnish with a lime and chili powder) Mexican Chile Lime Soda (1 ounce freshly squeezed lime juice 1 ounce Mexican Chile syrup, Soda water; Combine lime juice and syrup; top with soda water and enjoy)
Bittermilk: Bourbon Barrel-aged Old Fashioned Syrup - Single serve
Our lavender syrup bursts with spice, and citrus and mint aromas. Walking into the Pink House production during lavender season, you are knocked over with the sweet smells. On those days we are calm and happy and the essence of the peaceful herb circulating in the air does its job.
Suggested Uses: Lavender French 75 (2 oz gin, 1 oz Lavender syrup, 1 oz Fresh lemon juice; Shake with ice and strain into champagne flute, Float with champagne, Garnish with thick lemon twist) Hummingbird (1 ounce freshly squeezed lemon juice,
1 ounce Lavender syrup, Soda water, Lemon slice for garnishing; Combine lemon juice and lavender syrup and top with soda water. Garnish with lemon slice)
Bittermilk: Bourbon Barrel-aged Old Fashioned Syrup
We've recreated this gentlemen's cocktail by using classic bittering agents like gentian root and cinchona bark along with burnt sugar, spices and a bit of orange peel. Aged in Willett bourbon barrels to allow the flavors to come together and ramp up the intensity. It is super concentrated so a little bit goes a long way. Best with aged spirits. Stir 1 part No.1 + 4 parts rye in a glass with ice. Garnish with an orange peel.
Garden & Gun Magazine's Made in the South Award "Drink" Category Winner 2013, Vanity Fair, The Wall Street Journal, Southern Living, Town & Country, Family Circle
Pappy & Co: Bourbon Barrel-aged Maple Syrup
Winner of the 2020 Good Food Awards
This is the little overachiever that just keeps racking up awards! One taste though and you’ll approve our bragging rights. After all, our syrup has earned them.
Our Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon Barrel Aged Pure Maple Syrup was one of the first products we made, and it was golden right out of the gate. We partner with Bissel Maple Farm, another small family-owned company based in Jefferson, Ohio, who shares our same dedication to quality and the result is the perfect blend of flavors - bursting with vanilla, oak, butter and just the right hint of bourbon.
Aged in Pappy Van Winkle bourbon barrels this powerhouse syrup is perfect for pancakes but has a busy life beyond Sunday morning in some of our favorite cocktails and recipes.
Suggested uses: Hazelnut Espresso Crepes (4 2oz crepes, 2 cups of fresh whipped cream, 2 oz of Hazelnut Syrup, 1 oz espresso grounds; Mix 1 oz syrup and espresso grounds into whipped cream, Layer with crepes and drizzle with remaining 1 oz of hazelnut syrup, garnish with raw hazelnuts and shaved chocolate) Hazelnut coffee (Stir 1 oz of Hazelnut syrup into a cup of coffee, add a splash of cream and enjoy)
Pink House Alchemy: Pumpkin Butternut Spice Syrup
This syrup is a warm and nutty nod to fall! It has all the familiar autumn spices in all the right places. Perfectly blended creamy pumpkin and savory butternut squash are complimented by maple, brown sugar and cardamom. This cozy concoction will surely make you exclaim, “I need a pumpkin spice latte!” No shame, it really is perfect. You can be as excited as we are.
Ingredients: cane sugar, water, pumpkin puree, butternut puree, cassia chips, cardamom seeds, brown sugar, maple extract, kosher salt, lactic acid
Pink House Alchemy: Blackberry Sage Syrup
We battled the bees and climbed through thicket and bramble for the thickest, ripest Ozark blackberries. The added earthy sage notes make this the perfect syrup for cocktails, lemonades, and ice cream toppings.
Ingredients: fresh fat blackberries, fresh sage, pure cane sugar
Our thoughts: Blackberry sage syrup was originally developed for a dessert menu item. The dessert was called the "wise guy", a sweet almond crepe, filled with vanilla pastry cream, topped with fresh blackberries, fried sage and blackberry sage syrup, it was delicious (mouth waters as I type)! We liked the syrup so much that we began incorporating it in many crafty drink creations.
Suggested uses: Add one ounce of blackberry sage syrup and a lemon wedge to your favorite iced tea. Add blackberry sage syrup to gin, bitters, fresh berries, lime and lilet rouge for an over the top "smash" cocktail
16 fl oz
Jack Rudy: Elderflower Tonic
OUR ELDERFLOWER TONIC IS AN UPDATED TONIC FORMULA WITH MORE BODY AND A BOLD FINISH THAT PAIRS WELL WITH A NUMBER OF RICHER SPIRITS: TEQUILA, BOURBON AND RUM, WHILE STILL ACTING A CLASSIC COMPANION TO THE FINER GINS OF THE WORLD.
Because elderberry grows wild throughout Kentucky, we thought it a natural compliment to our line of mixers. We add organic dried elderflowers to our original recipe, and increased the amount of quinine to bring balance to the final product.
The Elderflower Tonic has a profile that allows G&T drinking deep into the winter months, and shows versatility in a number of different applications.
Guenther Apiary: Honey
Who doesn't love some Arkansas honey?
Put in on biscuits, pancakes, ribs, and fried chicken.
100% raw, unfiltered, pure natural honey.
Made in Roland, AR.
Pink House Alchemy: Ginger Syrup
Fresh pH Ginger Syrup is the perfect addition to almost any drink with almost any base spirit. We love our ginger syrup with bourbon and gin equally!
Suggested uses: Ginger Gin Radler (1.5 oz Hendrick's Gin, 1 oz Ginger Syrup, Pilsner beer, lemon wheel; Combine gin and syrup in glass, top with Plisner, garnish with lemon wheel) and Ginger Lime Soda, (2 oz Ginger Syrup, 1 whole lime, soda water; serve on ice)
Bittermilk: Old Fashioned Set
A fresh look on our favorite gift set. An old fashioned, three ways — get all three Bittermilk old fashioned style cocktail mixers with the Old Fashioned Set cocktail mixer trio. Packaged in a foil stamped box, it makes a great gift.
Includes three 8.5 fl oz bottles: No.1 Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Fashioned, No. 4 New Orleans Style Old Fashioned Rouge, and No.6 Oaxacan Old Fashioned
Makes about 50 cocktails using an easy 1 part Bittermilk to 4 part spirit recipe.
Pink House Alchemy: Dark Cherry Grenadine
We developed this syrup for the love of the classic cocktail “Pink Lady,” and the bittersweet Dark Cherry Mochas we indulge in sometimes. These simple drinks have the perfect balance of creamy and sweet, sour and tart. Most grenadine products on the market today do not use actual pomegranates, so we made our own!
Suggested uses: Pink Lady (1.5 ounces dry gin, 1 oz apricot brandy, 1 whole egg white, 1 oz lemon juice, 1 oz Dark Cherry Grenadine Syrup; Combine all ingredients, shake dry-no ice for 10 second, add ice, shake for 10 seconds, strain into a cocktail glass, garnish with a cherry) and Dark Cherry Mocha (1 cup of your favorite coffee, 2 oz chocolate syrup, 1 oz of Dark Cherry Grenadine Syrup, 3 oz whole milk; Stir chocolate, syrup, and milk in the bottom of a mug and top with coffee)
Jack Rudy: Sweet Tea Syrup
THE NEWEST MEMBER OF OUR FAMILY, OUR SWEET TEA SYRUP IS A GROWN-UP HOMAGE TO OUR SOUTHERN ROOTS.
Many folks in the South will mix up Sweet Tea with Vodka and Lemon to make an “Ice Pick” – it’s the perfect drink after work on a hot summer day (or during work when so inclined).
Our Sweet Tea Syrup is at home with Vodka or Bourbon, tap water or sparkling water. 3/4 ounce goes a long way in upgrading many cocktails.
Pink House Alchemy: Cardamom Syrup
When we first smelled the Cardamom syrup, we knew we had something special. Cardamom, by nature, is spicy and sweet with a beautiful floral scent. We developed this syrup with its perfect partner (coffee) in mind. When Cardamom and coffee come together in one cup, magic is made.
Suggested Uses: Cardamom Iced Coffee (1 oz of Cardamom syrup and 3 oz of cold brew coffee; top with soda water and a splash of cream) and Pink House Original Daiquiri (2 oz rum, 1 oz lime juice, 1 oz Cardamom syrup; shake on ice, strain neat into a coupe glass and garnish with a lime wheel)
Pink House Alchemy: Hibiscus Rose Syrup
We developed Hibiscus Rose with a light and floral flavor combination in mind. The hibiscus flower lends to a deep and earthy tone, while the rose adds complexity and aromatics. The combination of the two is more than perfect.
Suggested Uses: Hibiscus Rose Cooler (1.5 oz vodka, 1 oz Hibiscus Rose Syrup, 1 oz freshly squeezed lemon juice; Shake with ice and strain into fresh ice, Top with 3-4 ounces of Rose, garnish with a generous lemon twist) and Hibiscus Rose Tea (1 cup of earl grey tea, 1 oz of Hibiscus Rose syrup; Top with an orange cheek-wrapped cinnamon stick)
Jack Rudy: Grenadine
Our Small Batch Grenadine was our second product after our Classic Tonic Syrup, and no less a labor of love.
We start with pomegranate juice from a small family farm in Madera, CA; they juice their fruit whole in a patented press that renders a matchless, robust pomegranate juice. To that we add cane sugar and orange flower water, and apply enough heat to dissolve the sugar while still maintaining the inherent zip of the fresh juice.
Jack Rudy Small Batch Grenadine is rich and full-flavored up front, and then gives way to a bright, almost tropical finish that lifts a drinks profile; use it to create new cocktails, or to revisit classic drinks like a Ward 8, Jack Rose, El Presidente, or Monkey Gland.
Jack Rudy: Classic Tonic Syrup
We believe we’ve managed to create the closest possible thing to a perfect Gin & Tonic.
Our Classic Tonic Syrup (formerly known as our Small Batch Tonic) is essentially a quinine concentrate. It’s designed to pair with your favorite Gin or Vodka, and is then stretched with soda water to make a bright, light, refreshing highball.
With a backbone of quinine, culled from the Cinchona Tree, we’ve added a delicate mix of botanicals and then sweetened it with real cane sugar; the final product is a complex mixture that introduces a fine bitterness to any cocktail, and a great pairing with the botanicals of the finest Gins in the world.
Quinine was once considered a cure for malaria. We aren't doctors, so the only thing we definitively know it will cure is the happy hour conundrum.
House of Webster: Butter Pecan Syrup
A City Supply bestseller! Pairs well with the Pecan Pancake mix from War Eagle Mill.
Ingredients: corn syrup, sugar, water, natural and artificial flavors, salt, citric acid, less than 0.1 % sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate as preservatives, caramel color.
Net 12 fl oz (354mL)
Pink House Alchemy: Toasted Coconut Syrup
We take large chunks of coconut and toast them under direct heat until the aromas of the warmed coconut fill the air. It is rich and spoon ready! We love Toasted Coconut syrup in anything that calls for coconut milk, Piña Coladas, coffee, margaritas, coconut cream sodas, the list goes on!