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Maple Syrup
Syrup, butter, flakes, taffy, sugar... There is a vast array of 100% pure maple products and authentic products derived from maple for every occasion. Varied, subtle and delicious, they're a pleasure to explore!
Extra Light maple syrup
Primarily produced from the syrup collected at the very beginning of the season. Recognizable by its light colour and sweet, delicate flavour.
Light maple syrup
Harvested after the Extra Light syrup and relatively light in colour. It has a pure, delicate taste. Ideal in vinaigrettes or drizzled over sweet and savoury dishes.
Medium maple syrup
The most commonly used syrup, harvested after Light syrup. Its more pronounced maple flavour is perfect for cooking, desserts and sauces.
Amber maple syrup
Darker in colour. Rich, distinctive flavour that is more pronounced than that of Medium syrup. Recommended for sauces and glazes.
Maple taffy
Maple taffy is made by boiling maple syrup to concentrate it. During sugaring season the hot taffy is poured over snow to cool it and voilà! It’s ready to eat!
Eau d'érable
100% pure and natural maple water is also known as maple sap and gets its authentic, fresh and delicately sweet flavour from Quebec's majestic sugar maple trees. The earliest known inhabitants of Canada consumed maple water as a tonic. Legend has it that, during a spring of famine, an Aboriginal was watching a squirrel bursting with energy. After noticing that the squirrel drank water from a maple tree, he realized that this was where the squirrel was getting its energy from. Maple water became a food prized by the people of the First Nations and later of New France.
It is an eco-friendly product and contains 46 nutrients that are essential to the growth and protection of the tree. This bioactive cocktail includes several vitamins and minerals, organic acids, amino acids, polyphenols and phytohormones— with only 5 grams of carbohydrates, or 20 calories, per 250 ml!

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