Birch And Apple Syrup
We are so excited to offer Pure Vermont Birch Syrup! Birch Syrup is made using the same techniques and equipment as Maple Syrup. While Maple Syrup takes about 40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of syrup, Birch Syrup takes about 125 gallons of sap to make one gallon! Our steam evaporator allows us to convert the sap to syrup at a much lower temperature, preventing the darker and much stronger flavor often associated with Birch Syrup. Birch Syrup is actually sweet but probably not the syrup of choice for pancakes and other breakfast foods. It is has a more complex flavor with fruity and earthy undertones. Perfect for cooking (fish, steak, chicken) or in specialty cocktails, instead of grenadine. We will gladly send you recipe ideas with your order so you can enjoy this exciting new product!
We now have Apple Syrup! Crafted from the cider of Macintosh apples, Apple syrup is boiled down just like maple or birch syrup. It is a sweet, thick syrup.
We'll Ship Anywhere!
Shipping will generally be UPS ground.
Please refer to the chart below for shipping charges.
These shipping charges are for 48 states only (excluding Alaska and Hawaii).
NOTE: Shipping price is based on the Order Subtotal
||Shipping cost to...
|$30 or less ||$13 ||$17
|$60 or less ||$17 ||$20
|$90 or less ||$22 ||$27
|$150 or less ||$28 ||$38
|over $150 ||TBD ||TBD
and whether it is being shipped East or West of the Mississippi River.
Orders to Alaska and Hawaii
In order to assure timely delivery and package tracking we ship USPS priority with insurance,
which may unfortunately not follow the shipping chart above.
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