How is Maple Syrup made? When spring temperatures warm, this enables maple trees to turn their stored starch back into sugar. The sap is made by way of the maple tree mixing ground water with the sugar. The sap is generally clear water containing about 2 % sugar. By drilling the tree, capturing the sap and boiling it down, this removes most of the water content. it takes about 150 litres of sap to make about 4 litres of maple syrup, which has a sugar content of 66.9%
100 % Pure Organic Canadian Maple Syrup
Serving Size - 35 ml
Servings approx - 27
per 100 g
Pour over pancakes and ice cream or use as a sweetener. Pour over roasting nuts & seeds like macadamias, almonds, cashews and sunflower seeds. Pour over crispy bacon just before you plate.
Great tasting maple, perfect for baking and pouring over pancakes.
Not too sweet, not to thick- it pours really well so that you can control the distribution. The flavour is very natural
I love maple syrup and this one is syrupy with a deep rich flavour, luxurious in consistency and golden in colour what more can you ask?
Best maple syrup I have ever tasted
Not too sugary or overly sweet