Old-Fashioned Vermont Maple Syrup boiled in a wood-fired evaporator!
Golden Delicate - Usually made during the beginning of the season, this maple syrup is known for its light, golden color and its mild, delicate taste. This syrup is excellent over waffles, pancakes, ice-cream, or yogurt!
Amber Rich - Usually made about mid-season and often seems to be the most popular for all-around use. Full of characteristic maple flavor, this syrup is equally as good over waffles as it is in salad dressings, cocktails, or in a maple-sweetened barbecue sauce. If you're only going to have one grade of Vermont maple syrup in your kitchen, make it Amber Color with Rich Flavor.
Dark Robust - As the maple season progresses, the syrup darkens in color and develops a more robust maple flavor. Good for all around use, its hearty flavor is a great choice for all kinds of recipes. Pour over baked apples or squash, use as a glaze for meats and vegetables, or sweeten baked goods. This grade pairs well with smoky and spicy flavors like chipotle peppers, sriracha, or bourbon.