MAPLE CITY CANDY Syrup & Hard Maple Candy Combo
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    MAPLE CITY CANDY Syrup & Hard Maple Candy Combo

    Sample both, and SAVE in the process!

    This stately 8 oz. maple syrup bottle is filled with Pure Vermont maple syrup. Choose from Grade A Light Amber or "Vermont Fancy" (delicate maple flavor), Grade A Medium Amber (rich maple flavor), or Grade B syrup (robust maple flavor) grades. The front of the bottle has a maple sugaring label with an authentic looking sugarhouse. This syrup bottle and hard maple candy combo makes a wonderful gift any time of year!


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    HOW YOU SAVE - If you were to purchase these two items separately, 100 hard maple candies ($22.00) and an 8 oz. maple syrup bottle ($8.95), the cost would be $30.95 plus additional shipping because it's a bigger order. So, you SAVE $16.70 when you purchase this combo, simply because you don't need to purchase 100 hard maple candies. You get 8 oz. of pure Vermont maple syrup and 24 individually packaged hard maple candy leafs. A great way to sample both products!

    fancy grade Grade A Light Amber - Light golden amber color with delicate maple bouquet. Delightfully mild maple flavor, excellent on ice cream or on food which permits its subtle flavor to be appreciated - a gourmet choice, and the preferred grade for candies and other maple specialties.

    grade A medium amber Grade A Medium Amber - Medium amber color with a more distinct maple bouquet and rich taste. Most popular for all-around use.

    grade B Grade B - Often referred to as a cooking syrup, Grade B Syrup is a popular choice for those who enjoy a hearty, robust flavor. Grade B is also comparable to Grade A Dark Amber and Grade A Extra Dark.

    Price: $14.25

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    Please Note: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that children ages 5 and younger should not be given hard candies.1. For safety, we suggest that hard maple candies and sugar coated nuts (such as the ones sold on this website) not be given to children under the age of 6 and children 6 years and older should be supervised while eating hard candies or nuts.

    Source: 1.

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