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Maple Guild Syrup

Maple Guild Organic Bourbon Barrel Aged Vermont Syrup

Washington Post review:

“Maple cream is rich and spreadable on toast or apple slices; silky bourbon barrel aged syrup is equally at home on pancakes or in cocktails; and maple vinegar adds a subtle sweet edge to salad dressings and pan sauces.”

Featured in The Washington Post’s 2017 Best Gift Guide.

Aggregated customer review rating:

4.3 out of 5.0

Ranked 132nd in Gifts

Ranked 18th in Food & Drinks

$ 13

The Maple Guild Organic Bourbon Barrel Aged Vermont Syrup is wood-fired maple syrup collected from the sap from sugar maple trees. The maple sap, taken to the maple sugar house, is then boiled over a traditional wood-fired evaporator and dehydrated to produce tasty maple syrup. The 100% pure Vermont maple syrup is aged for 60 days in the company’s oak bourbon barrels.

You can use the premium syrup not just for breakfast but also in baking, cooking or in candy form as a delectable natural treat.

The dimensions of the product are 3 inches x 3 inches x 7.5 inches and it weighs12.6 ounces.

The Maple Guild Organic Bourbon Barrel Aged Vermont Syrup is available in two sizes – 12.7 ounces (375ml); 25.4 ounces (750ml).

One tablespoon of maple syrup contains about: 40.8 milligrams potassium (1 percent Recommended Daily Value), 13.4 milligrams calcium (1 percent DV), 2.8 milligrams magnesium (1 percent DV), 0.8 milligrams zinc (6 percent DV), 0.7 milligrams manganese (33 percent DV), 0.2 milligrams iron (1 percent DV). Main antioxidants in Vermont maple syrup are cinnamic acid, benzoic acid, gallic acid, and various flavanols such as epicatechin, quercetin, rutin and catechin.

The Maple Guild Organic Bourbon Barrel Aged Vermont Syrup can be added to baked beans, vegetables, hot cereal, to a fruit salad, salmon, popcorn, ham or turkey. It can also be used as a sweetener, an occasional treat, an ingredient to enhance flavor, and in addition to exciting recipes.

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