Organic Pure Vermont Maple Syrup- Glass Jug
This syrup is so rich, decadent, and utterly delicious! I not only use on pancakes and waffles but also love it drizzled over oatmeal, yogurt, and ice cream!
Love this maple syrup! Put it in coffee, on pancakes , in homemade granola , you name it! Will never buy anything else.
Tried this syrup, after reading a recommendation from a noted chef & much to my surprise this is absolutely 💯% , amazingly delicious❗️🤩 I was hooked.
Great staff as well.
Mount Mansfield Pure Organic Maple Syrup is absolutely delicious. The consistency and the taste are exceptional. I only purchase Mount Mansfield maple syrup. Best syrup !
We got different maple syrups when we went snowboarding in Vermont. This one was our favorite. Had to get more once we ran out. So happy we could order from here. This is the best maple syrup we have ever had. Definitely know where we are ordering more once we run out again! Also this syrup and coffee is a match made in heaven!
A Vermont buddy sent us some of your syrup and it knocked us out. Nothing like it. I ordered a second big bottle for us, but this latest was a birthday gift for my brother. I'm telling everybody. Long may you concoct!
I eat this syrup on Salman, pancakes and other foods
I have been a satisfied customer for a niumber of years , The best syrup you can get coupled with excellent customer support and fast delivery make Mansfield number one in my book.. A great gift and I use it in many of my reclpies from baked beans to toppings on ice cream. As a native Vermonter with farming and sugaring experience you will be getting the very best and will never be disappoined..
Laurence A Ramus
CAN SOMEONE TELL ME WHERE TO GET INORGANIC VERMONT MAPLE SYRUP,? PERHAPS SUGAR FREE SALT? GLUTEN FREE SOY BEANS?
While all pure Vermont maple products are naturally organic, there are some differences between the conventional and certified organic options.
When we make the syrup, the sap boils very violently. We have to add a very small amount of vegetable oil to keep the pans from turning into a volcano. In conventional maple syrup, we use a conventional vegetable oil. In certified organic syrup, we use a certified organic oil. In either case, the amounts used are about 1 pint of oil to 1000 gallons of finished syrup. The most commonly used oils are safflower, canola and vegetable blend.
There are other facets to the organic certification process. They involve working with a forester to create a forest management plan, no use of chemical herbicides or pesticides. Even things that seem minor, like not using pressure treated lumber to build our bridges and tubing infrastructure. We also rigorously track all the sap, oils and other ingredients added to make things like the maple bark and mochacinno bars.
I hope this information is helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
I learn so much from the regular newsletters that come from Mount Mansfield about their products. In one of the newsletters they had suggested trying the light version of their maple syrup for homemade ice cream. Until now, I had been using an organic dark version from a different supplier. I enjoy using maple syrup to sweeten vanilla ice cream, but found that the dark flavor was too strong and could conflict with other flavors I would try to add for different ice cream recipes. I tried the Mount Mansfield light organic maple syrup and my vanilla ice cream was pure perfection. Best homemade vanilla ice cream I have ever made. The flavor profile was absolutely perfect. Now, I can make other flavored ice creams using this base without having to worry about flavor conflicts. I am predicting a yummy summer of fabulous homemade ice cream thanks to Mount Mansfield!