Try these new spirit based seasoning!!!!
Excalibur’s new spirited seasoning line is finally available for purchase on-line! They have combined some of our favorite spirits with some bold and interesting ingredients to create seasonings like you have never had before!
Sriracha Ginger Beer Authentic Thailand Flavors of Sriracha and Ginger bring your taste buds to life with some good background heat and it follows through with subtle notes of lemon ginger. Basically it is combining the Moscow Mule craze with the Sriracha obsession! This is also one of the stronger Sriracha flavors from Excalibur, I made some chicken on the grill with it and it was out of this world!
Blackberry Orange Gin Melange Give your meat a nice layer of flavor with deep notes of blackberry and the sweet essence of orange. It will remind you of a nice splash of cointreau with the juniper of gin! This is quickly becoming a favorite around here and you have to try it with pork!
Maple Leaf Whiskey This is a full bodied rub with the essense of oak barrel aged whiskey! Subtle hints of fruit and rosemary make this a very versatile little rub!
Fig and Spiced Run CocktailA good book, a good brandy and Fig and Spiced rum cocktail, all things that can be enjoyed in front of a nice cozy fire! This is perfect for a roast or any open flame cooking you might be doing…you should probably do that outside!
Sriracha Ginger Beer
Blackberry Orange Gin Melange
Maple Leaf Whiskey
Fig and Spiced Run Cocktail
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