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Organic Maple Syrup, case of 12

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Our award-winning maple syrup is the best sweetener money can buy! With delightful nuances from batch to batch, you might taste a hint of vanilla, or a note of butterscotch, even some nut, molasses, caramel or honey undertones. 12 bottles of 9.3 ounces each. Bottles are 5.5" tall and 2.5" diameter. 

Certified Organic by Baystate Organic Certifiers. 

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How we make

Maple Syrup

We started making maple syrup in 2004, and now tap over 2,000 trees in two towns in Connecticut.

We boil the sap in small batches when the sap starts pushing nutrients out to the branches in February and March. The lightest syrup comes first in the season, progressively darkening throughout the weeks. The season ends when nights no longer drop below freezing.

Free from the 8 major allergens: milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soybeans

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Organic Maple Syrup, case of 12