April's Maple Syrup Sampler

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April's Maple Syrup Sampler

ABOUT April's Maple

April’s Maple is nestled deep in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont on 800 beautiful acres of land that has been in my family for generations. Before I had the privilege of caring for this land my mom and her five sisters (the Jackson girls) held that honor and before them, their parents (my grandparents) did so. When the idea for April’s Maple first surfaced it was important to me that this land continue to honor my grandparents, Audrey and Elmont Jackson and their way of life by honoring what was important to them – love of family, an appreciation for nature and respect for our environment.

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April's Maple Syrup Sampler

Maple lovers will appreciate the purity and simplicity of this fine sampler featuring our most popular three grades of Pure Vermont maple syrup.  The Golden Delicate has a beautifully smooth taste with hints of buttery richness.  

The Amber Rich is our most popular seller, with it's perfectly sweet maple taste.  Our Dark Robust maple syrup is for the maple enthusiast that appreciates a bolder taste of maple.  

This gift comes packaged in a giftable crate.

Size of each bottle is 4oz

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ABOUT April's Maple

April’s Maple is nestled deep in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont on 800 beautiful acres of land that has been in my family for generations. Before I had the privilege of caring for this land my mom and her five sisters (the Jackson girls) held that honor and before them, their parents (my grandparents) did so. When the idea for April’s Maple first surfaced it was important to me that this land continue to honor my grandparents, Audrey and Elmont Jackson and their way of life by honoring what was important to them – love of family, an appreciation for nature and respect for our environment.