When boiling maple syrup in the spring, we tend to drink copious amounts of maple sap. Turns out, this is a common practice around the world, wherever maple species grow (as well as birch and other trees). Maple sap is loaded with nutrients, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, phenolic compounds, and more. It’s crisp and refreshing, with just a hint of sweetness.
We want to share this rite of spring with everyone, so we’re bottling some of the sap we collect from our woods, freezing it to preserve its goodness, and offering it for sale.
It’s $3 for one litre, but to really benefit from it we suggest drinking 12 litres over the course of about a month. We’re offering a discounted price of $2.75 if you buy 12 or more. Once the sap is thawed, it will last up to one week in the fridge.