BLiS

BLiS Hardwood Smoked Maple Barrel Aged Soy Sauce

$20
BLiS Hardwood Smoked Maple Barrel Aged Soy Sauce
BLiS

BLiS Hardwood Smoked Maple Barrel Aged Soy Sauce

$20
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Where there’s smoke...

...there’s this fancy-pants soy sauce. It started out as shoyu by famed maker Yamato Soy, aged for a year in Kanazawa, Japan. Then, BLiS brought it over to the States to give it the final flourish: a year of aging in maple-cured bourbon barrels, followed by several days of smoking with Michigan cherry wood. The result is a smoky soy sauce that’s got hints of chocolate, vanilla, and oak—plus plenty of umami for good measure.

  • Made in: Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

...there’s this fancy-pants soy sauce. It started out as shoyu by famed maker Yamato Soy, aged for a year in Kanazawa, Japan. Then, BLiS brought it over to the States to give it the final flourish: a year of aging in maple-cured bourbon barrels, followed by several days of smoking with Michigan cherry wood. The result is a smoky soy sauce that’s got hints of chocolate, vanilla, and oak—plus plenty of umami for good measure.

Where there’s smoke...

...there’s this fancy-pants soy sauce. It started out as shoyu by famed maker Yamato Soy, aged for a year in Kanazawa, Japan. Then, BLiS brought it over to the States to give it the final flourish: a year of aging in maple-cured bourbon barrels, followed by several days of smoking with Michigan cherry wood. The result is a smoky soy sauce that’s got hints of chocolate, vanilla, and oak—plus plenty of umami for good measure.

  • Made in: Grand Rapids, Michigan.
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

...there’s this fancy-pants soy sauce. It started out as shoyu by famed maker Yamato Soy, aged for a year in Kanazawa, Japan. Then, BLiS brought it over to the States to give it the final flourish: a year of aging in maple-cured bourbon barrels, followed by several days of smoking with Michigan cherry wood. The result is a smoky soy sauce that’s got hints of chocolate, vanilla, and oak—plus plenty of umami for good measure.