Maple & Other Syrups

    • QUALITY & FLAVOUR | Canada produces 85 percent of the world’s maple syrup. With forests brimming with majestic red, black and sugar maples, the country has just the right mix of cold spring nights and warm daytime temperatures to produce an abundance of the clear-coloured sap used to make maple syrup.
    • HEALTH PROPERTIES | Maple sap contains about 97 percent water, plus minerals, organic acids and maple taste precursors. It takes 40 litres of sap to make one litre of syrup.
    • EARTH-CONSCIOUS | Canada’s maple syrup producers take great care to ensure the long term survival of their maple sugar bushes. | They collect only enough sap for one to 1.5 litres of syrup from each tree – or less than one-tenth of the tree’s sugar.
    • SERVING SUGGESTION | Everyone knows the classic pairing of pancakes (or waffles) and maple syrup – and it’s a classic for a reason! | Maple syrup is also delicious drizzled over porridge, French toast, and bacon.
    • Agave Syrup is a sweetener derived from various species of agave plant, grown predominantly in Mexico
    • Slightly thinner consistency than honey and 30% sweeter than sugar, so you’ll need less to achieve the same taste.
    • Easily dissolvable, meaning it is particularly suited to use in cocktails and smoothies and is often used in place of honey (by vegans for instance)
    • Delicious drizzled over porridge, pancakes, waffles and French toast.
    • QUALITY & FLAVOUR | Canada produces 85 percent of the world’s maple syrup. With forests brimming with majestic red, black and sugar maples, the country has just the right mix of cold spring nights and warm daytime temperatures to produce an abundance of the clear-coloured sap used to make maple syrup.
    • HEALTH PROPERTIES | Maple sap contains about 97 percent water, plus minerals, organic acids and maple taste precursors. It takes 40 litres of sap to make one litre of syrup.
    • EARTH-CONSCIOUS | Canada’s maple syrup producers take great care to ensure the long term survival of their maple sugar bushes. | They collect only enough sap for one to 1.5 litres of syrup from each tree – or less than one-tenth of the tree’s sugar.
    • SERVING SUGGESTION | Everyone knows the classic pairing of pancakes (or waffles) and maple syrup – and it’s a classic for a reason! | Maple syrup is also delicious drizzled over porridge, French toast, and bacon.
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