With coloring reminiscent of molasses, this grade is the darkest of all syrups and is characterized by a very intense maple flavor. Very Dark syrup was traditionally used in in cooking and baking as the maple flavor transfers to the final product. 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 Very Dark, Strong Taste Maple Syrup (formerly Grade B) is nearly black with a very strong, pronounced maple taste. This hearty and full-bodied syrup is the darkest of all Vermont Maple Syrups and as mentioned, is nearly black in color.
Grade A Very Dark, Strong Taste Maple Syrup is typically produced at the end of each sugaring season. With it’s very strong maple flavor, Grade A Very Dark, Strong Taste translates well for cooks who need the flavor to carry through to the finished dish.
3.5 × 3.5 × 6 in
Gill (3.4 oz), Half Pint (8 oz), Pint (16 oz), Quart (32 oz), Half Gallon (64 oz), Gallon, Case of 4 Quarts, Case of 6 Pints, Case of 8 Half Pints