Here are four fabulous cocktail recipes to make your New Year’s Eve (or any holiday party) extra special. These recipes are easy to make and you can use Vermont local products to add a extra special touch. Maple Cremee Adult …
HOW TO PICK YOUR SYRUP
A quick guide to help you select the best tasting syrup for your taste buds. Every grade is unique! Learn about the grading system and how to identify the subtle differences that makes maple syrup so amazingly good!
Golden with Delicate Taste
Light, golden color with a mild, delicate taste. Excellent as a table syrup or over ice cream or yogurt.
Amber with Rich Taste
A light amber color and full-bodied flavor, this class of syrup is the product of choice for consumers who desire the classic maple syrup flavor.
Dark with Robust Taste
A dark amber color with a more pronounced maple flavor, this class will satisfy those consumers who desire the strong flavors of what has been known as Grade B.
Very Dark with Strong Taste
Nearly black, this syrup has a strong flavor that translates well to cooking, where the maple flavor will carry through to the finished dish.