Grade A Maple Syrup
genuine Grade A Maple Syrup is delicious poured over pancakes, waffles,
French toast, donuts, cereal or ice cream. It can be used to flavor a
milk shake, glaze a ham, added to vegetables, or hundreds of other
ways. The darker colored syrups will have a more pronounced maple
flavor and are great for cooking and unusual salad dressing and
Check out Uses of Mapletree Farm products
for more information. All maple syrup should be refrigerated once it
has been opened. We use no chemicals or preservatives in making our
pure maple syrup.
A delectable spread for toast, bagels, English muffins and other foods.
It is made from pure maple syrup and contains no additives. Maple cream
is made by heating light amber maple syrup to a prescribed temperature,
then rapidly cooling and stirring until it is creamy. Maple cream is an
all-time favorite - some maple connoisseurs eat it straight from the
|Maple Crystals (Indian Sugar)
maple product that is a flavorful substitute for white or brown sugar.
It gives a delicious taste to baked goods.
Maple crystals sprinkled
on toast and vegetables is a taste hard to beat. Maple crystals require
no refrigeration and may be kept right on the table for frequent
|Maple Coated Nuts|
Almonds and pecans that we purchase directly from growers to ensure
freshness. In a special process developed by Dean, the nuts are stirred
into extra thick, hot syrup and then cured. Eating just one is a real
Made by heating maple syrup to a prescribed temperature, then stirring
and pouring into molds when it is at the right consistency. It requires no refrigeration and is hard
Maple Flavors and Current Grades
|Maple syrup is graded
according to color determined by light transmittance. Mapletree Farm
started using the new International Grade Standards in our 2015
Grading is performed to very strict standards and we
are proud to earn the State of New Hampshire Seal of Quality.
|Grade A Golden Delicate Taste
has replaced Grade A Light Amber. This syrup has a delicate or mild
maple flavor and is the lightest and most golden colored syrup produced.
|Grade A Amber Rich Taste has replaced Grade A Medium Amber.
This syrup has a richer and more pronounced maple flavor. Consumers
wanting a full-bodied maple flavor of medium intensity will prefer
Grade A Amber Rich Taste. Its color is amber and a little deeper in
color than golden.
|Grade A Dark Robust Taste
has replaced Grade A Dark Amber. This syrup has a stronger, more robust
flavor than syrup in the lighter classes. Consumers preferring darker
syrup with a substantial or robust maple flavor will like this grade.
|Grade A Very Dark has replaced Grade B.
This syrup has the darkest color, the strongest maple flavor, and is
usually used in cooking. Some consumers may prefer this grade for table