Traditional

 

Wood-Fired

 

Maple Syrup


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Each year as the ice rink begins to thaw and the last games of hockey are played, the Whitney's prepare for sap season. Supplies are gathered, trees are tapped, bags and buckets are put in place, the boiling operation is set up, wood is split and pancake ingredients emerge from the cupboards. Each afternoon sap is collected, 200 or more gallons on a good day! Day and night steam and smoke rise from the pan, as clear sap deepens to thick syrup. Thank you for supporting us in carrying this tradition. We sincerely hope you enjoy every last drop!

The Whitney family has been tapping trees and boiling sap for five generations.

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