Did you know?

  • It takes 40 gallons of sap to make 1 gallon of syrup.

  • The sugar content coming out of the tree averages 2.5% depending on the beginning or end of the season. It needs to reach 66% to be considered syrup.

  • A gallon of maple syrup weighs 11 lbs

  • Usually a maple tree is 30 years old and 10-12" in diameter before being tapped.

  • One mature tree can hold up to 4 taps, each tap producing an average of about 10 gallons of sap a season

  • Maple syrup is 100% natural.