Canadian Heritage Organics maple products respect the organic farming processes: manufactured naturally with absolutely no artificial additives, coloring, preservatives or chemicals.
Canadian Heritage Organics products are made in the Appalaches region of Quebec where the mineral content of the soil is ideal for making maple syrup. With three generations of craftsmanship, our maple products are collected using traditional farming techniques as well as with the Pipeline Method. This allows us to ensure that we are making the highest quality maple syrup possible.
Once manufactured, maple syrup is graded by an independant company to meet Federal Standards. Grades refer to the colour and flavour of the syrup.
Four grades of maple syrup, based on colour and taste:
- Golden, Delicate taste
- Amber, Rich taste
- Dark, Robust taste
- Very Dark, Strong taste
- Free of fermentation
- Uniform in colour
- Free of sediment
- No cloudiness or turbidity
- Maple flavour characteristic of its colour class
- No objectionable odour or taste
This syrup comes from maple sap harvested at the very beginning of the sugaring-off season. It’s distinguished by its light golden hue and sweet, delicate flavour. It’s a delicious topping for yogourt and ice cream.
Amber, Rich taste
This syrup has a pure, rich taste and a magnificent amber colouring. It’s ideal as an ingredient in vinaigrettes and all sorts of dishes and desserts.
Dark, Robust taste
This syrup, with its more pronounced, caramelized flavour, is well-suited for cooking, baking, and sauces. It’s celebrated for the way it enhances the taste of fruity dishes.
Very Dark, Strong taste
This syrup is the product of maple sap harvested at the end of the sugaring-off season. Its flavour, more pronounced than any of the previously-listed syrups, is rich and distinctive. It colours and perfumes sauces and glazes to perfection.
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Hanna: more than a year ago
After cutting off white sugar out I was on brown sugar trial for a while, only to learn that it is white sugar with 20-25% molasses added to it. Honey is messy for hot beverage especially when you have company. And that brought me to Maple syrup. Grade C and D are more flavorful, guests easily pour it in their hot drinks, and I appreciate its mineral content. It goes into smoothies, dough, and drinks. Maple is runnier than honey, but that is its nature. I like that it is in glass container. Quality is very good, the price is fair, and delivery is fast. Wipe the rim with wet towel after each use. Recommended.
Graham: more than a year ago
If you've had real maple syrup before then you know what you're in for. If you've haven't then you owe it to yourself to try. This is the real deal, as good as any I've tried. I put it on my plain yogurt to sweeten it up. Works a little better than honey that way; it's runnier and doesn't congeal when it gets cold the same way. It's a fair price.