How many gallons of sap does it take to make a gallon of maple syrup?

By far our most popular question, and a fun one to answer! This ratio is dependent on the percentage of sugar within the maple sap. It can take anywhere from 35-55 gallons of maple sap to make 1 gallon of maple syrup. During a typical seson, our average ratio will be just slightly more than 40 gallons of sap to gallon of syrup.

What is maple syrup grade?

All of our maple syrup is graded using the USDA standards using a digital tool to measure light transmission. Each of the maple syrup grades provides a distinct flavor profile that allows our customers to select their preferred maple syrup. The maple syrup grades are: Grade A - Golden, Grade A - Amber, Grade A - Dark, and Grade A - Very Dark.

What is the best maple syrup grade?

This is the third most popular question. The short answer is, it depends. We grade our maple syrup so that you find your favorite. The Grade A - Golden grade has a very bright and delicate maple flavor. The flavor then progresses as the grades get darker all the way to the Grade A - Very Dark, that has the most bold and robust maple flavor. If you’re not sure which is your favorite, start with the Grade A - Amber.

Shipping & Delivery

All in-stock products are shipped directly from our sugarhouse within 24 hours, Monday through Friday. Orders placed before 4:00 PM EST are typically shipped the same day. All orders are shipped through the United States Postal Service. Online orders will receive a shipping confirmation email containing tracking information.

Returns & Exchanges

If there are any issues with your order, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our dedication to your maple syrup experience is unsurpassed. Unopened products can be returned for a full refund within 30 days of purchase.