We're working hard to gather sap from sugar maples in these cold months in preparation to cook it down in to yummy, 100% natural maple syrup! Did you know it takes 60 gallons of sap to create one gallon of maple syrup?
Sap is gathered from the trees in January - March, and then undergoes a 10-hour cooking process, during which it transforms into the maple syrup we enjoy on pancakes. Nothing is added during this process, so you're enjoying a truly natural product of the forest.
We've shared some limited supply of small 4oz sampler jars in past years with friends and family, and will extend this still-limited offer to friends of Rain and Shine as well, as supplies allow us to. In 2024 and beyond, we aspire to offer maple syrup in a more moderate supply as one of our flagship products.