Maple Syrup Facts
Vermont maple syrup is produced every spring by boiling down the sap from the sugar maple tree. It takes approximately 40 gallons of sap to produce just one gallon of maple syrup. Vermont maple syrup is graded by it's density, flavor and color.
Vermont Fancy Maple Syrup - has a delicate sweetness and a light maple flavor. We use Vermont Fancy Maple Syrup on biscuits or corn flakes, and it's all-out delicious on a good quality vanilla ice-cream. Let your children sample it over fresh snow.
Vermont Medium Amber Maple Syrup - is the most popular nationwide. Use Vermont Medium Amber Maple Syrup on pancakes or waffles for a more pronounced maple flavor without overpowering sweetness.
Vermont Dark Amber Maple Syrup - has it's greates demand from the "Old Timers" who prefer a full flavored maple syrup for the table and for cooking.
Vermont Grade B Maple Syrup - is the best choice for cooking but many maple fans prefer it for the table as well. It is the darkest grade of Vermont Maple Syrup and has the strongest maple flavor.