Dakin Farm - What Vermont Tastes Like

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Pure Vermont Maple Syrup Serving and Storage

Dakin Farm Maple SyrupIt takes 40 gallons of sap from our “hardrock” sugar maple trees to boil down to one gallon of syrup! The uses of Pure Vermont Maple Syrup are limited only by your imagination; any taste or sweetening purpose may be satisfied.

Maple syrup is delicious on pancakes, waffles, french toast, grapefruit, cereal, ice cream, puddings, baked apples, beans, etc. It can replace other sweeteners in cooking, serve as a topping, glaze or spread, and sweeten any hot or cold drink.

Serve hot or cold. Refrigerate once opened. Keeps over one year.

  • Vermont Fancy - Light Amber Color, Delicate Maple Bouquet. Delightfully mild maple flavor. Excellent on ice cream or on food which permits its subtle flavor to be appreciated. A gourmet choice and the preferred grade for candies and other maple specialties.
  • Grade A Medium Amber - Medium Amber Color, Distinct Maple Bouquet. Characteristic maple flavor. Most popular all around use.
  • Grade A Dark Amber - Dark Amber Color, Pronounced Maple Bouquet. Heartier maple flavor. Also popular for table and all around use.
  • Vermont Grade B - Darkest Table Grade, Robust Maple Bouquet. Its stronger maple flavor makes it an excellent choice for cooking.