The task is daunting,..over 40 gallons of maple tree sap must be first collected, then boiled down to produce a single gallon of Pure Maple Syrup.
Shortly after the American Revolutionary War, Thomas Jefferson ventured up to Vermont, in part to see one of these famous trees for himself. No friend of the British, he bristled under their complete control of the importation of cane sugar from the West Indies. His plan was to test the idea of transplanting Sugar Maples throughout the new nation...one on every farm...and to eventually wriggle free from the egregious English prices.
Exceptional quality 100% pure Grade A Amber Maple Syrup. 1.7 oz. bottle. Made from Vermont Sugar Maple tree sap by straight-talking Vermonters. We use ours for individual syrups at the breakfast table when special pancake breakfast is served...especially appreciated by the grandkids!