Dark syrup has a robust flavor that is more pronounced than amber syrup. The subtle flavors found in golden and amber are often masked by the strength of the maple flavor of robust syrup. Recently the darker grades of syrup have become more popular with consumers, and are used both as table syrups as well as for cooking as was traditional in the past.
Grade A Dark Maple Syrup, Robust Taste is a darker, amber-colored Maple syrup with a robust taste. It contains stronger, more pronounced flavors.
Since syrup tends to darken as the sugaring season progresses, Grade A Dark Maple Syrup, Robust Taste is typically harvested later in the season. With a stronger, more robust, and full maple flavor it works well in sauces like barbecue sauce or as a glaze over meats.
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