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Butternut Mountain Farm Pure Vermont Maple Syrup, Grade A, Dark Color, Robust Taste, All Natural, Easy Pour, 32 Fl Oz, 1 Qt (Prev Grade B)
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About this item
- FLAVOR PROFILE: The darker the syrup, the stronger the flavor. Our Grade A Dark Color, Robust Taste maple syrup is the darkest grade available, providing a strong and hearty maple flavor. Great for all around use including table top and cooking.
From the manufacturer
Butternut Mountain Farm - 100% Pure Vermont Maple Syrup
Better for You
Maple is nature's purest sweetener. Nothing is added. No preservatives. No artificial colors or flavors. Maple syrup is one simple ingredient that is filled with essential nutrients, minerals, and antioxidants, and is the only sweetener that delivers manganese, vitamin B2, zinc, magnesium, calcium, and potassium in every drop.
Butternut Mountain Farm Maple Syrup starts in the forests of the Green Mountain State. Over the past 40 years we've built relationships with about 350 select sugarmakers - people whose stories we know and practices we respect. The farmers with whom we work understand maple and share our commitment to maintaining the health and sustainability of our forests, and are committed to making the highest quality syrup found in the world.
It's all Grade A. The classses of pure maple syrup are based on color and flavor. They do not relate to quality. The grades are meant to help identify the right flavor profile for the palate or recipe. As a rule, the darker the maple syrup color, the more robust the flavor.
Maple Makes it Memorable
Forget pancakes, there are a lot of great ways to get maple into your daily diet. We eat maple every day, often as an ingredient in entrees you might not expect. Maple syrup & maple sugar bake up very similarly to cane sugar. Substitute about ¾ the volume of cane sugar with maple syrup, and reduce the other liquids to accommodate for any extra liquid. In the case of maple sugar, a one-to-one substitution generally works just fine.
What is Pure Maple Syrup?
Pure maple syrup comes from trees, not cornfields. The mighty maple - a tree indigenous to North America that boasts dramatic fall color and sports that iconic leaf - is the source of this sweet elixir. Each spring “maple sugar makers” head out to the native woods of eastern North America to collect the maple tree’s sap. Through a careful process of collection, concentration and boiling, the sap is transformed into the richly flavored amber colored syrup of which we are all so fond – 100% pure maple syrup. Through our commitment to careful stewardship, we can harvest sap from the same trees for centuries without diminishing the resource.
Pure maple contains no preservatives, artificial colors or flavors. It is just one simple ingredient with nothing added. Pure maple syrup is entirely natural and essentially wild - a thoroughly wholesome sweetener straight from the forest to your table.
Butternut Mountain Farm Sugarhouse
Welcome to Butternut Mountain Farm
At Butternut Mountain Farm, we are committed to the natural sweetness, flavor nuances, and versatility of pure maple. A Vermont based, family owned company, we are wholly committed to ensuring that the product you receive is of the highest quality. Our family has been deeply involved in the science, art and practice of maple sugaring and the Vermont Maple Industry since the 1940’s. It is a legacy and heritage we’re proud to carry forward. Our story has become greater than that of just our own family. It extends to all those with whom we work – the sugarmakers that supply us, the customers whom we supply, and the Butternut Mountain Farm crew. We are committed to excellent stewardship of our woodlands, and acting with integrity and respect toward the communities that sustain us. From managing forest lands, to packaging and distributing maple syrup, we strive to connect our work from tree to table.
Pure Maple Syrup
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 4.5 x 4.5 x 7.5 inches; 0.03 Ounces
- Item model number : E-Butternut-AhornSir-A-946ml-1-Ven
- UPC : 008577000331
- Manufacturer : Butternut Mountain Farm
- ASIN : B00248E7ZK
- Country of Origin : USA
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- Best Sellers Rank: #775 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
- #1 in Maple Syrup
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The product is labelled to United States standards and may differ from similar products sold elsewhere in its ingredients, labeling and allergen warnings
Pure Maple Syrup.
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Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2019
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I will never buy another syrup. Should this company go out of business, I will never eat another pancake again. So say we all.
It takes 40 gallons of sap to make 1 gallon of maple syrup. The sap is concentrated by boiling it down, sometimes also using a reverse osmosis process. Maple syrup is relatively expensive because it is both a labor intensive and an energy intensive operation. Maple sap is also high in healthy antioxidants and natural minerals.
In my opinion, Vermont has the best maple syrup anywhere. The syrup is also good in bordering New Hampshire. Canada, to the north, produces lots of syrup but I have found that Vermont's is far superior. Make sure whatever you buy is "maple" syrup. If it just says "syrup", it is possibly from birch trees, which is not as good. Grocery stores frequently have the cheap syrup, meant to look like maple syrup, but made from brown sugar.
I've been getting the Butternut Mountain Maple Syrup for a few years now. I've had both the Amber Rich and the Dark Robust varieties. Both are excellent, but I prefer the Amber Rich which is just a couple of bucks more. You will definitely like either, but if you are a regularly purchaser of maple syrup as I am, give both a try.
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