Grade B Maple Syrup

Grade B dark maple syrup is darker and can have an incredible depth of flavor and has a higher nutritional content. Produced late in the season from sap with a lower sugar content, it must be boiled longer than other grades of syrup giving it the strongest maple flavor of any grade. For this reason any it is often used for cooking, for health benefits, and is the preferred grade of maple syrup for many foodies the world over.

Dark, rich, and maple-y. This is an award winning syrup from Coombs Family Farms. Just check out the reviews.

Certified USDA organic grade B maple syrup from Coombs. The USDA seal ensures certifies that no pesticides are used on or near the farm and that sustainable forestry practices are observed. And oh yeah, this is really great dark maple syrup. Seriously.

These are great grade B syrups from Vermont. Both are pure and the jug on the right, is certified organic so you can be sure no pesticides were used.

What is Grade B Maple Syrup?

Like all maple syrup, grade b maple syrup is made from the sap of maple trees in the North Eastern USA and Eastern Canada. Early in the season the sap is almost clear and is where we get grade a fancy syrup. As the season progresses the sap becomes progressively darker and richer. Grade B maple syrup is made from this very dark and rich sap near the end of the season when night frezes get shorter and daytime temps are getting warmer.

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Quebec's maple syrup monopoly leaves bitter taste - Ottawa Sun

Quebec studies rise in Vermont's maple syrup production - The Globe and Mail

New Brunswick maple syrup farms struggle with production - CBC.ca

This maple syrup isn't your typical pancake topping - The Globe and Mail

Long thaw makes for great maple syrup season in Manitoba - CTV News