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~100% Pure Real Vermont Maple Syrup~

This is the real deal. Real maple syrup does not contain high fructose corn syrup. Real maple syrup does not contain artificial flavors. Real maple syrup does not contain preservatives. There really are not any substitutes for real maple syrup. Why? Because real maple syrup is all natural, produced by boiling sap from a maple tree to concentrate the sugar. We've been doing this for hundreds of years here in the North-East. Not only does maple syrup taste better than other sweeteners, research indicates that there are even potential health benefits to maple syrup, as it has been found to contain compounds with anti-oxident and anti-inflammatory properties.
Keep it real. Keep it pure. Enjoy maple.

Maple Syrup

~One Gallon~
(2 half gallons)


Gallon Maple Syrup]

Our maple syrup is produced in small batches with special care to ensure you recieve only the highest quality products. We produce our maple syrup by boiling the maple sap collected from maple trees. We collect this sap in early spring during March and April when the daytime temperature rises above freezing to allow the sap to flow and the nighttime temperature drops below freezing, "charging" the trees for the next day.

This narrow window of six to eight weeks is when the magic happens at our sugar shack, and our maple syrup reserves are restored so we can deliver the best pure Vermont maple syrup all year long. We taste test and color grade every single batch to make sure that it meets our exacting standards.

While our flavor criteria is very strict, it is also very simple: We only sell and ship maple syrup that we would serve to our own family. Enjoy!

~Additional size bottles listed below~

~Buyer's Guide to the Table Grades of Vermont Maple Syrup~

Maple syrup grades do not correspond with quality but rather with flavor and color. All grades are the same high quality. Generally the darker the grade the heartier the maple flavor. This is a generalization, as grade alone will not determine flavor. You can have two samples of the same grade side by side and each may have a different flavor.

Don't get too hung up on which grade to buy. All grades of maple syrup are delicious and you can select multiple grades with many of our maple syrup store items.

~Grade A~
Golden Color
Delicate Taste
(Vermont Fancy)

~Grade A~
Amber Color
Rich Taste
(Vermont A-Medium)

~Grade A~
Dark Color
Robust Taste
(Vermont A-Dark)

~Grade A~
Dark Color
Robust Taste Strong
(Vermont Grade B)

Grade A:
Golden Color ~ Delicate Taste
(Vermont Grade Fancy)

Light golden color, delicate maple bouquet. Delightfully mild maple flavor, excellent on ice cream or on foods which permit its subtle flavor to be appreciated.

Grade A:
Amber Color ~ Rich Taste
(Vermont A-Medium)

Medium Amber color, pronounced maple bouquet. Characteristic maple flavor; popular for pancakes and waffles and all around use. This is the best choice for a gift.

Grade A:
Dark Color ~ Robust Taste
(Vermont A-Dark)

Dark Amber color, robust maple bouquet. Heartier maple flavor; also very popular for table and all around use.

Grade A:
Dark Color - Robust Taste Strong
(Vermont Grade B)

The same color as above, but with a stronger flavor. This grade corresponds with what used to be called Vermont Grade B. Some people prefer its stronger maple flavor and it the best grade for cooking.

~Two Gallons~
(4 half gallons)


Two Gallons Maple Syrup]

How much maple sap does it take to make one gallon of maple syrup?

Answer: On average, it takes about 50 gallons of maple sap to produce one gallon of maple syrup. This number varies throughout the sugaring season. Early in the season maple sap has a higher sugar content. At our sugar woods we commonly see 2 to 2.25% sugar content at the beginning of the season. At this high sugar content it only takes 35 to 40 gallons of sap to make a gallon of maple syrup. As the season progresses the sugar content of maple sap tends to drop. By the end of the season we often collect sap as low as 0.9% sugar content. When the sugar content is this low it can take 80 to 90 gallons of sap to produce one gallon of maple syrup.

~One Half Gallon~

Half Gallon Maple Syrup]

Our sugarhouse was built in the 1880's. We often wonder what the men and women who boiled maple sap here in the 1800's would think of electric pumps, reverse osmosis and high speed internet. All of which we utilize to produce, market, and ship our fine maple products to destinations worldwide. Enjoy!

~Two Half Gallons~

Two Half Gallon Maple Syrup]

~One Quart~

Quart Maple Syrup]

~Two Quarts~

Quart Maple Syrup]

~Four Quarts~

Quart Maple Syrup]

~One Pint~

Pint Maple Syrup]

~Two Pints~

Pint Maple Syrup]

~Four Pints~

Pint Maple Syrup]

~One Half Pint~

Half Pint Maple Syrup]

~Two Half Pints~

 Half Pint Maple Syrup]

~Four Half Pints~

Half Pint Maple Syrup]

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