Pure Maple Syrup

Pure maple syrup is produced by tapping the maple trees in Quebec, Canada. Discover what makes the four distinct grades of maple syrup.

  • Golden delicate taste

Primarily produced from the syrup collected at the very beginning of the season. Recognisable by its light colour and sweet, delicate flavour.

  • Amber rich taste

Harvested after the golden maple syrup and relatively light in colour. It has a pure, delicate taste. Ideal in vinaigrettes or drizzled over sweet and savoury dishes.

  • Dark robust taste

The most commonly used syrup, harvested after amber maple syrup. Its more pronounced maple flavour is perfect for cooking, desserts and sauces.

  • Very Dark strong taste

Darker in colour. Rich, distinctive flavour that is more pronounced than that of dark syrup. Recommended for sauces and glazes.

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