Maple sugar is made
by continuing the boiling process until the water is removed. What
remains is sugar with texture and color similar to brown sugar, but has an
excellent light maple taste. Use it in baking, cooking or sprinkling
on pancakes, French Toast, waffles or cereals. Click here for recipes.
years, the grading system for maple syrup has changed periodically and varies
between the United States and Canada and from state to state. Our syrup
is graded using the U.S.D.A. grading system. Grade A syrup is assigned
to the more delicately flavored syrups.
A light amber (sometimes called fancy) has a very mild, sweet maple flavor.
A medium amber is our most popular grade - it has a smooth maple flavor that
will enhance the taste of your breakfast entrees.
A dark amber is darker in color and has a more prominent maple flavor.
B has a strong maple flavor and mild caramel taste.
C has a very strong maple flavor and a more prominent caramel taste.