The sweet smell of spring is in the air as we carefully select approximately 60 Sugar Maple trees to tap each March. We collect the sap in 20 liter pails and carry them down to the evaporator sometimes with snowshoes on. We cut up deadfall trees to fire the wood stove as we begin the hours of boiling down the sap. It takes forty drops of sap to make one drop of Maple Syrup. We filter our syrup before bottling allowing a full body taste and a rich dark color. Try our maple syrup once and you will be hooked.