Collins Vermont Maple stands behind every jug of Vermont maple syrup that we sell. If you are unhappy for any reason with your order, please call us at (802) 387-5757 or email us with our contact form. We accept two forms of payment on our website, check or Paypal.
Collins Tree Farm and Sugarhouse
Martin and Jean Collins
2333 West Road
Putney, Vermont 05346
Phone: (802) 387-5757
Once the check is cleared (usually 2-3 business days) we will mail your package USPS priority mail.
Select "Pay with Paypal" in the checkout process and you will be directed to our secure Paypal page where payment can be applied. All of the details of your order will be transferred over to the Paypal page so it's a very easy and secure check out process. Once we have confirmed payment, we will ship your maple syrup within 1 business day.
We do not sell or share your personal information with anyone at all. We value your business and take security very seriously. Every order is processed in house by our family so you can rest assured that your private information remains private.
"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.
Maple syrup is an excellent sweetener for coffee.
It takes between 40-60 gallons of sap to produce one gallon of maple syrup.