Not sure which grade of maple syrup you like?
Try a sampler of the best that Vermont has to offer.
This wonderful crate contains four 3.375 oz bottles of Pure, Natural Maple Syrup.
1) Fancy Grade is very light and has a mild, more delicate maple flavor. It is usually made earlier in the season when the weather is colder. This is the best grade for making maple candy and maple cream.
2) Medium Grade A is a bit darker, and has a bit more maple flavor. It is the most popular grade of table syrup, and is usually made after the sugaring season begins to warm, about mid-season.
3) Dark Grade A is darker yet, with a stronger maple flavor. It is usually made later in the season as the days get longer and warmer.
4) Grade B sometimes called Cooking Syrup, is made late in the season, and is very dark, with a very strong maple flavor, as well as some caramel flavor. Although many people use this for table syrup; because of its strong flavor, it's often used for cooking, baking, and flavoring in special foods.