Wabanaki Maple

In the age of mass-produced, artificial sweeteners, it’s a rare treat to stumble upon a small, family-run business that takes pride in producing pure and natural maple syrup. Wabanaki Maple is one such hidden gem, and I recently had the pleasure of exploring their products at www.wabanakimaple.com

The Wabanaki Maple Logo

Upon landing on the Wabanaki Maple website, I was greeted by a clean and visually appealing design. The website’s navigation is intuitive, making it easy to find information about their products, history, and the maple-making process. It is also mobile-friendly, ensuring that users can access it seamlessly from their smartphones or tablets.

Wabanaki Maple Infused Maple Syrup with Elderberry Infused Maple Pancakes topped with berries and drizzled with Wabanaki Maple Syrup

Wabanaki Maple specializes in producing pure maple syrup, and their product range showcases the natural goodness of this golden elixir. From traditional Grade A maple syrup to barrel-aged varieties, there’s something for every palate. What truly makes them unique is their commitment to sustainability and ethical sourcing.

Wabanaki Maple Syrup in a hand crafted Cedar Box where you can get Bourbon, Whisky or Oak flavours

I was particularly impressed by their use of traditional techniques and the dedication to preserving the rich maple-making heritage of the Wabanaki people. It’s not just syrup; it’s a journey through history and tradition.

Taste is, of course, the most crucial factor when it comes to maple syrup, and Wabanaki Maple doesn’t disappoint. A friend introduced me to this syrup: we had the pleasure of trying their Grade A Golden maple syrup, and it was a revelation. The syrup boasted a robust, earthy flavor with just the right amount of sweetness. It was evident that this syrup had been carefully crafted with love and expertise.

Chipotle Infused Maple Syrup Stovetop Baked Beans

What truly surprised me was the depth of flavor in the barrel-aged varieties. The hints of vanilla, oak, and bourbon elevated the syrup to an entirely new level of indulgence. The quality of the syrup speaks volumes about Wabanaki Maple’s dedication to producing the best possible product. 

Wabanaki Maple Bareroots Revive Box including our infused maple syrup line, our barrel aged bourbon maple syrup, chipotle infused maple syrup, Navajo Mike's skoden Golden bbq sauce, Sriacha Revolver hot sauce and sakari famrs chili salt

The website provides a consortium of recipes utilizing Wabanaki Maple syrups. We want you to enjoy Bacon Wrapped Scallops with an Orange Maple Glaze in our Recipe section. Thanksgiving will soon be here, and this appetizer will warm up your guests while they wait for the big event…. delectable and comforting in one bite! https://www.wabanakimaple.com/blogs/recipes 

Bacon Wrapped Scallops with an Orange Maple Glaze using Wabanaki Maple Whisky Barrel Aged

Wabanaki Maple’s commitment to sustainability and ethical practices shines through on their website. They prioritize the environment and source their maple syrup from the Wabanaki Confederacy in a responsible manner. Supporting this small business means supporting the preservation of indigenous traditions and ecosystems.

Wabanaki Maple is a hidden treasure in the world of maple syrup, offering not just a product but a piece of history and tradition. From their commitment to sustainability and ethical practices to the exceptional quality of their syrup, this family-run business is a testament to what can be achieved when passion and dedication collide.

Pictured is the mini bundle set from Wabanaki Maple. This set features bourbon, whiskey and oak barrel aged maple syrup

If you’re a connoisseur of pure maple syrup or simply looking to upgrade your breakfast table, I wholeheartedly recommend exploring the offerings at www.wabanakimaple.com. Indulge in the sweet perfection that is Wabanaki Maple and support a business that is preserving tradition and flavor in every drop. Then go to our Giveaway section and win a trio of flavoured syrups that will sweeten your day!

Contents and images used with permission by Wabanaki Maple. https://www.wabanakimaple.com/