Our most robust maple syrup with exquisite depth of flavor and a bright finish. A favorite among discerning chefs, this syrupâ€™s maple strength is well suited for cooking and baking as its richness blends and shines through even the boldest of food pairings.
Certified by NOFA-NY LLC, organic, gluten-free, non-GMO
Product Information Specifications for Crown Maple Syrup, Very Dark Color, Strong, 12.7 Fluid Ounce Below:
Maple Syrup Orlon Filter Cone - 8-quart Synthetic Polyester
When using an Orlon Sheet bag always remember the gentler you are with the bag the longer it will last and the better job it will do.
Place your orlon bag over a pail or pan that you would like to filter your syrup into. Then place one or two liners in orlon bag and follow these guidelines.
Never: Never wash with Soap - It will flavor your syrup.
Never twist to ring out your orlon or unduly pull or stretch the material. This will make the material rupture and thus do a poor job of filtering.
Always: Always make sure your syrup is hot, 180 degrees or more. Cold syrup will just sit in the filter and not strain through.
Always Wash with hot water or hot sap (NO SOAP). You may turn the Orlon Bag inside out to wash the inside, but be gentle.
Suggestions: Using the orlon when slightly damp will help your unfiltered syrup to strain through the orlon.
Use the Pre-filters either in the orlon bag or on the sheet. The Pre-filter will take out the larger particles and make filtering a little easier.
Be patient: Orlon will do a nice job, but it takes time.
Some syrup will filter much better than other syrup. You may have a hard time with your syrup one year and the next year it will go though more easily.
If you are noticing more sediment in your containers than you used to after filtering, it may be time for a new orlon.
Orlon will last a few years if properly taken care of. The pre-filters will only last for a few washings if they are washed carefu...
"Developed in Baltimore in 1901, King Syrup reigns supreme and has been a category leader in the Mid-Atlantic region for years. King Syrup is a special blend of corn and sugar syrups that are cooked to a temperature that requires glass bottling. This process eliminates extreme sweetness and gives smoother results, yielding a uniquely flavored golden syrup. No wonder it has be called ""America's finest table syrup."" * Originally from Baltimore Maryland. * Makes the best Shoo Fly Pie. * A favorite syrup of the Pennsylvania Amish. Ingredients Corn Syrup, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Refiners Syrup, Water, Potassium Sorbate and Citric Acid"
Empty Maple Syrup Jugs - Quart (32 FL OZ Each) - Case of 4 Containers
4 bottles & 4 caps included. Directions included with tips on home maple syrup production. Bottling of Maple Syrup should be done at about 190 degrees. You want to temperature of the syrup to be at least 185 degrees at the moment that you screw the cap on the bottle. Any candy thermometer should suffice. This will ensure that your bottling will be successful without spoiled product. Jugs can be washed and re-used, but caps are 1-time use.
Manufacturer: Huckleberry Haven, Inc.
Brand: Taste the Wilderness
An old time favorite from across the Midwest with a truly unique flavor, similar to a tart cherry only on the WILD side. This delicious Wild Chokecherry Syrup is sure to turn any breakfast into a memorable event.