New Hampshire is famous for many things, one of them being their tasty and nutritional Maple Syrup, or as sometimes called, "maple sugar!" New Hampshire produces approximately 90,000 gallons of maple syrup per season. Seasons run typically February thru April, depending upon weather.
Maple Syrup is a 100% natural and organic product.
A maple tree must be at least 30 years old and 12” in diameter before it can be tapped for syrup and tapping does NO permanent damage to the tree. Trees can be tapped year after year.
The many colors of maple syrup...
Maple syrup is classified according to its color, which is a rough guide to flavor intensity. The darker the syrup, the stronger the flavors.
A great resource to learn more about maple syrup by the Cornell Sugar Maple Research & Extension Program: http://maple.dnr.cornell.edu/FAQ.htm
Another great website we found with information on everything about tapping the maple tree in your backyard, click http://tapmytrees.com/
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