Frequently Asked Questions
Why is single source maple syrup so important?
Maple syrup comes from maple trees, the sap produced by these trees vary according to the soil, terrain, weather and harvest time as well as syrup making process. Maple syrup is therefore unique with each batch and producer, with a specific taste and texture.
Mixing or blending maple syrup from different producers dilutes that very special character that each producer has worked so hard to refine.
How is it made?
In short, maple syrup is produced from the sap of maple trees which is harvested between February and April. The harvested sap is evaporated in a ‘sugar house’ until the wanted viscosity is reached and then bottled.
Check out the ‘Hand Crafted’ page which attempts to convey in more detail the dedication and hard work that goes into every bottle of this natural elixir.
How do I store Maple Syrup after opening?
Once opened, Maple Syrup should be stored in the fridge and keeps for many months. For long term storage (really?!), the Vermont Sugar Makers Association says that maple syrup retains its flavor best when kept in the freezer (it will not freeze solid).
- Maple Cream should always be kept in cool and dark place. Separation of some syrup in the cream is natural, just stir before each use. You can also freeze it.
- Maple Sugar can be kept in a cool and dry place.
Is Maple Syrup Vegan?
Yes. All of maple syrup from Maple store is Vegan. This may not be the case for other maple syrups though which use non-Vegan / Chemical defoamers.
How do you ship?
All orders are shipped with Swiss Post (CH) and DHL (EU only), packaged with cardboard cushions, love and care.
Where do you ship?
We ship to Switzerland and Europe. If your country is not listed, please contact us and we can arrange shipping.
When will you ship?
We ship within two business day for Swiss Orders and within week for EU Orders, depending on volume of orders. Rest assured though, we will do our best to get delicious maple syrup to you as soon as possible.
If you have a need for an express order or any other specific instructions, let us know in the order ‘Additional Information’.
Feel free to get in contact with us, we are very happy to help.
Maple syrup is great with everything!
Solo or as a combo, make something delightful from Maple.
Very simple yet amazingly delicious, a kind of 'Asia meets Vermont' dish. Amounts are not included, just let your taste guide you! Place salmon in bowl, add Soy Sauce and Sugar Bob's Finest Beech Wood Smoked, make sure salmon is fully coated coated Pre-heat...
Also one of the preferred recipes of Karlie Kloss, super simple and very very delicious with just 1 banana, 1 egg, handful of Oats and, since we have choice, Runamok's Cinnamon & Vanilla or Wood's Vanilla Beaned. Put the banana in a bowl and mash with a fork. Add...
Ingredients: 1 tablespoon cumin seeds, plus 1 teaspoon 2 pounds / 900g sweet potato, cut into wedges 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon pure maple syrup salt and pepper For the dip: 1/4 cup / 60 ml tahini paste 1 tablespoon pure maple syrup (or Wood's Hickory &...
Pamela's Balsamiq This comes from Pamela Mainville, cook at the Mountain School of Milton Academy. This is Bobo's go-to dressing. 1 cup balsamic vinegar 1 cup canola oil 1/4 cup Dijon mustard 1/2 cup Bobo’s Mountain Maple syrup 5 medium garlic cloves 1/2 teaspoon salt...
Apple Crisp The splash of maple syrup on the apples is the other secret to making this a special dessert. The syrup will melt with the apple juices and a bit of butter and make the most heavenly sauce around the fruit. You can use either Sugarmaker’s Cut Pure Maple...
Whiskey-Maple Glazed Carrots There is a time for simplicity and letting the purity and essence of vegetables shine. Then there is mid-February. Many Vermont farmers are equipped to store all manner of root vegetables and the winter markets can be surprisingly...
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