We want our customers to be 100% satisfied with our Vermont Maple Syrup. We feel that the quality of our Vermont Maple Syrup is top notch. It is made the old-fashioned way over a wood-fired evaporation pan. It is known that the temperature changes which occur during this process contribute to the strength of the maple flavor. We have been producing pure Vermont Maple Syrup for over 50 years from our own maple orchard. We do not buy any maple syrup from other producers.
If, for any reason, you are not satisfied with our Vermont Maple Syrup, please contact us immediately by phone at 802-387-5757 to request a replacement or a refund. We stand behind all of our maple syrup products and want to ensure that you are completely satisfied with your order. If your product arrived damaged, we ask that you contact us within 5 business days of receiving your syrup so we can file an insurance claim with the US Post Office. In the meantime, we will ship out your replacement syrup at no charge to you.
We have received many compliments from customers and would welcome any comments you might care to make.
Martin and Jean Collins
2333 West Road
Putney, Vermont 05346
"Our maple syrup is produced from a single source, meaning that all the sap comes exclusively from trees on our farm. We do not buy maple sap or syrup from any other producers."
Heat oven to 250 degrees F. Cook popcorn according to package directions. Put popped corn in a slightly buttered bowl. In a saucepan, melt butter, add maple syrup, brown sugar and salt. Boil without stirring for 5 minutes careful not to boil over. Remove from heat. Stir in baking soda and vanilla. Pour gradually over popped corn in a large roasting pan and mix well. Bake 1 hour stirring every 15 minutes. Remove from oven and cool.
If you have any questions, concerns or issues, please feel free to call us at (802) 387-5757 or contact us through our form.
- Martin and Jean Collins
Maple Syrup is a major source of natural antioxidants.
Vermont Maple Sugar Makers Association
Our Pure Vermont Maple Syrup originates from the sap of the sugar maple tree.
It takes between 40-60 gallons of sap to produce one gallon of maple syrup.
Maple syrup is an excellent sweetener for coffee.
2 1/2 Gallons
12 1/2 Pints
3 1/2 Gallons
16 1/2 Pints
1 1/2 Gallon and 4 Quarts