Every Spring in Geauga County, in the still-snow-covered woods, you'll see the most anticipated sign of Spring - buckets and bags and tubes on Maple trees - all anxiously awaiting the first drop of sap. Sugaring season is short, but oh so sweet.
Our syrup comes from the heart of Ohio's Amish country. It takes between 30 and 50 gallons of sap to make one gallon of pure, delicious maple syrup.
Maple Syrup isn't just for your morning pancakes or waffles. Enjoy it over ice cream, mix in some with a bit of brown sugar and fry it up with your bacon, whisk it into a salad dressing, stir it into oatmeal, roast it with squash, bake it into a pie with pumpkin or apples, or upgrade your standard popcorn with a bit of maple syrup. The possibilities are endless.
Refrigerate after opening.