Poor Man's Kitchen is a line of natural simple syrups that are branded with a depression-era feel. The labels feature vintage photographs and the sparseness on the bottles shows the kind of restraint that you have to have during a recession. However, even if it looks as if you are living like a peasant, the rich natural ingredients in the syrups really are more suited to royalty, or anyone today who is health-conscious.
The company began crafting syrups in small batches in a Brookyln apartment, so there's definitely some authenticity to the brand name. The delicious sounding artisan flavors include very simple, straightforward names like Clove, Cinnamon and Root Beer, so you have a pretty good idea of exactly what's inside.