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Which flavor do YOU prefer? -- Like a fine wine, there is no right or wrong.... it is what you prefer that is the best!

 

GOLDEN

The first syrup of the maple season, Golden-Delicate Grade syrup is the mildest of all the syrups with a light, golden color and a flavor that is subtle with buttery hints of vanilla. Golden-Delicate Syrup is popular as an ice cream, fruit, oatmeal or yogurt topper and great for home confections or as a table syrup.

 

AMBER

Produced mid-season when the temperatures begin to warm, Amber-Rich Grade syrup is slightly darker than golden and is rich, smooth and full-bodied delivering the classic maple flavor. Amber-Rich Syrup is the best grade for all-around use in the kitchen and on the table; drizzle on pancakes; top fruit or ice cream, add to coffee or tea or even use it for cooking or preparing vinaigrettes. This is what most people think of when they think maple.

 

DARK

Produced when the days become warmer and longer, Dark-Robust Grade syrup is  stronger and more intense than Amber-Rich. With a more caramelized maple flavor, Dark-Robust Syrup is popular for cooking and can replace brown sugar in any recipe. It is also perfect as a glaze for meats and vegetables, salad dressings or a variety of baked goods. 

 

VERY DARK

Produced at the very end of the harvest season, Very Dark-Strong Syrup has an intense flavor and has echoes of molasses. While it is still grade A and can be used for home consumption, it is also used by manufacturers as an ingredient in baked goods, sauces, beverages, beer, granola and more. It holds up well in cooking and transfers the flavor to the final product. 

Maple Syrup 32 oz

$23.50Price
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    • Grade A
    • Made in Northeast Ohio
    • One  Quart/32 Fluid Ounces
    • Packaged in a clear glass bottle
    • Refrigerate after opening or freeze for long-term storage
  • Is there anything better than the sweet, silky flavor of pure maple syrup? We don't think so! Pour over pancakes, ice cream or fresh fruit. Use it in cooking or with your oatmeal or cereal in the morning. Add to baked meats and vegetables... the possiblities are endless!

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