Mid-Palate Chamomile, Sage
Finish Caramel-like, Nutty
Pairs Well With
Sitting on a horse drawn wagon pulling the sap collecting tank as the steam from the boiling syrup pours out the steam stack, swirling the maple aroma skyward.
In your backyard on a moonlit night collecting snow to make maple syrup snow candy as friends arrive.
Enjoying the fresh, cool air as you prepare your spring garden, tilling the soil and adding a layer of compost in anticipation of the first wave of planting.
By the Way
Maple syrup was invented by the Iroquois, who are indigenous to northeastern America. They pioneered the tapping technology that drew sap from the maple tree.
Quebec produces 90% of Canada's maple syrup and nearly 72% of maple syrup production worldwide.
A single maple tree can produce between 5 to 15 gallons of sap per season. Yet, it takes roughly 40 gallons of maple tree sap to produce a single gallon of syrup.