Make mornings enjoyable with our Pure Connecticut Maple Syrup Glass Jug. Use on pancakes, waffles or even oatmeal. Our syrup has a dark color and rich maple flavor.
Our syrup is also great for use in glazes and rubs on our pork.
Tips and Tricks for Storage and Use
Once opened, keep in the refrigerator to preserve. Warm before use.
Do not store longer than one year.
Maple Syrup Recipes
Information on Maple Sugaring
One gallon of Maple Syrup requires about 40 gallons of sap.
Maple Trees are about 30 years old when they are first tapped. The diameter should be about 12 inches.
Tapping a tree does not do any permanent damage to it. Only about 10 percent of the sap running through the tree is collected.
Maple sugar is naturally fat free. Additionally, it is lower in calories than cane sugar.
Maple Syrup contains many trace minerals including iron, potassium, magnesium & phosphorus. It also has a higher calcium content that milk and contains small amounts of amino acids, proteins & vitamins B2, B5 & niacin.