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100% Pure Vermont Maple Syrup for Over 50 Years


Food Grade Materials

All of the sap-holding tanks and the evaporator pans are made of food-grade stainless steel. A vast gravity run system of plastic pipelines going to each tree and running into progressively larger plastic lines brings the sap down to the holding tanks at the sugarhouse.


Wood-Fired Evaporators

The raw sap leaving the individual trees has an average sugar content of about 2%. To change this into maple syrup, evaporation must take place to raise the sugar content to 66%. From the holding tanks, sap is fed into the evaporator where it is boiled. 


Quality Syrup

As the sap thickens and becomes maple syrup, it is drawn off from the evaporator. The maple syrup is stored in drums and hot packed into smaller containers according to the needs of our customers.

Did you Know...? It takes between 40 to 60 gallons of sap to produce one gallon of pure Vemont maple syrup. 

Grades of Pure Vermont Maple Syrup


Golden with Delicate Taste

Light, golden color with a mild, delicate taste.  Delicious topping for pancakes, waffles, ice cream or yogurt. 

Amber with Rich Taste

A light amber color and full-bodied flavor, this grade of syrup is the product of choice for consumers who desire the classic maple syrup flavor.  

Dark with Robust Taste

A dark amber color with a more pronounced maple flavor, this grade of maple syrup will satisfy those consumers who desire the strong flavors. It is great for baking and cooking since the flavor maintains its integrity. 


Have Questions?

If you have any questions, concerns or issues, please feel free to call us at (802) 387-5757 or contact us through our contact form.

— Martin & Jean Collins