The Hard Maple tree (Acer Saccharum ) is only native to the Northeastern
US and Southeast Canada - which makes maple syrup exclusive to this part of the world. Pure maple syrup is an all natural sweetener. We call it "Pure" maple syrup because many store bought syrups are simply corn syrup with flavoring.
According to the International Maple Syrup Institute maple syrup is the most nutritious of the common sweeteners. Click here for nutrition comparison.
In February we tap the hard maple trees. When the nights are below freezing and days are above freezing- the saps flows. It is collected and then concentrated by boiling using an evaporator. It takes approximately 35-40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of syrup.
Maple Syrup is great on pancakes, waffles, french toast, biscuits, ice cream and much more. Refrigerate maple syrup after opening.
Gallon - $45 + $19.00 S/H 1/2 Gallon - $25 + $14.00 S/H 1/2 Gallon - $25 each (sold in qty. of 2)+ $14.00 S/H for 2 Quart - $15 each (sold in qty. of 2) + $14.00 S/H for 2 Pint - $9 each (sold in qty. of 3) + $14.00 S/H for 3
Pure Maple Cream is a very popular spread used on crackers, toast, biscuits & cornbread. Some people refer to this product as maple butter- but there is no cream or butter in it- just pure maple syrup. Maple cream is best kept in the fridge before and after opening, but it will keep for up to 3 or 4 weeks in the cupboard.
8 oz. - $8.50 each (sold in qty. of 2) + $6.95 S/H for 2 16 oz. - $11.50 + $6.95 S/H
Maple Sugar Coated Walnuts are an all natural treat made simply with walnuts and maple sugar. Like many snacks you can't eat just one!
Maple Crumb Sugar is a granulated form of maple sugar that is used for hot cereal & coffee or sugar topping for cookies & quick bread. It is a natural substitute for anything you would use cane sugar in. ($3.95 S/H)
Our Pure Maple Syrup Toppers have 8 oz. of pure maple syrup in the bottle with a critter on top ($6.95 S/H).