It's starts with maple sap...

It takes 40 gallons of maple sap to make just one gallon of pure maple syrup, which in turn is further boiled to make pure maple cream, also known as maple spread. Considering that maple sap is harvested in rural woods that are often still heavy with spring snowpack that hasn't melted yet, it's easy to understand how producing maple products, and especially pure Vermont maple cream, is very time-consuming, labor intensive, and expensive. But, producing maple cream is indeed a Vermont tradition and once you've tried a spoonful we're certain you'll want to make it part of your breakfast options. Pure, natural, and delicious!

Maple Butter / Cream