What Really Goes in to a Bottle of Maple Syrup?
The bottle of maple syrup on your table went through an amazing journey. In fact, it took almost 40 gallons of maple tree sap to make 1 gallon of maple syrup. That math is even more amazing when you consider each tree only gives out about 5 to 15 gallons of sap in a year. And you have to wait to get it. 40 years, in fact. A maple tree has to be 40 years old before it’s ready to tap its sap! A favorite of ours is Trainor’s Maple Syrup from Trainor’s Maple Essence Farms in Wisconsin. It’s a family farm that’s been producing award winning maple syrup since the 1950s. With your $15 purchase this week, Maple Essence Farms Maple Syrup is only $5.69 for an 8-ounce bottle. It’s completely pure, completely Wisconsin, and completely delicious!