Organic Maple Syrup


Crafted each spring from maple sap we collect from our mountain sugarbush and boiled over our wood-fired evaporator, our organic maple syrup has become known for its unique flavor and unrivaled quality.

  • Organic
  • GMO-Free
  • No preservatives
  • No artificial sweetener

Made in the United States
• Net Weight: 2 oz (80 ml)

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Organic Maple Syrup $7.29

The high elevation of our maple trees combined with quality soil help to produce unusually sweet sap which when boiled down creates a rich maple syrup with a complex flavor and aroma.

Our family taps thousands of maple trees and manages hundreds of honey bee colonies producing incredibly rich and indulgent organic maple syrup and a Vermont wildflower honey that is unlike anything available in the grocery store.


Maple syrup is a natural sweetener made from the sap of sugar maple trees. It offers several benefits, both in terms of flavor and nutritional content. Here are some of the benefits of maple syrup:

Natural Sweetener: Maple syrup is a natural alternative to processed sugars and artificial sweeteners. It adds a rich, sweet flavor to dishes and beverages without the need for additional chemicals or additives.

Rich Flavor: One of the main benefits of maple syrup is its unique and distinct flavor. It has a rich, caramel-like taste that can enhance a wide variety of foods, from pancakes and waffles to desserts and glazes.

Source of Antioxidants: Maple syrup contains antioxidants, which are compounds that help protect your cells from oxidative stress and damage. These antioxidants, including phenolic compounds and flavonoids, contribute to the potential health benefits of maple syrup.

Vitamins and Minerals: While maple syrup is not a significant source of vitamins and minerals, it does contain small amounts of nutrients like calcium, potassium, and zinc.

Natural Energy Source: The natural sugars in maple syrup can provide a quick source of energy. It can be a good option for athletes or individuals looking for a natural carbohydrate boost before or after physical activity.

Potential Anti-Inflammatory Properties: Some studies suggest that certain compounds found in maple syrup may have anti-inflammatory effects. These properties could contribute to overall health and well-being.

Glycemic Index: Maple syrup has a lower glycemic index compared to refined sugars, meaning it can lead to slower and more gradual increases in blood sugar levels. This can be beneficial for people who need to manage their blood sugar levels.

Flavonoids: Maple syrup contains various flavonoids that have been linked to potential health benefits, including heart health and reduced risk of chronic diseases.

Natural and Sustainable: Maple syrup is produced from the sap of maple trees, making it a natural and sustainable sweetener option. The process of harvesting maple sap has minimal impact on the environment compared to the production of refined sugars.

Versatility: Maple syrup is incredibly versatile and can be used in a wide range of recipes. It can be used as a topping for pancakes, waffles, and French toast, as a sweetener in baking, as a glaze for meats and vegetables, and even in beverages like coffee and cocktails.


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