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On the Water Gift Box

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On the Water Gift Box
$33.95

Availability: In stock

The On the Water gift box is filled with two large bottles of maple syrup and a bottle of granulated maple sugar. We will include two of the following three bottles: lighthouse bottle, a lobster bottle and a loon bottle.

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While we spend much of our days in the woods, my wife, absolutely loves the water. She often dreams of a house by the lake. Designed with water lovers in mind, this gift box celebrates the many bodies of water in Maine. From the Atlantic Ocean to Moosehead Lake. Fresh from our sugarhouse in Newfield, Maine; Maple Syrup is produced only in the spring as maple sap is boiled down to a delicate sweet golden brown syrup. We then package it in these beautiful bottles. Finally, we include a bottle of maple granulated sugar to sprinkle on your morning oatmeal or to sweeten your mug of coffee.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Allergen Warning No
Serving Size No
Shelf Life

6 months- 2 years- Must refrigerate after opening.

Maple Syrup should be stored in a cool dry place. Maple Syrup does not freeze, so long term storage is best in the freezer. Many of our customers purchase larger jugs of maple syrup and save money by pouring the syrup into smaller containers and placing them in the freezer until it is used.

Once open, Maple Syrup must be refrigerated. The longer the syrup is left on the counter or on the table during use, the shorter the shelf life will be. Maple Syrup spoils similar to the way milk does. Warm temperatures are not desirable.

If Maple Syrup starts to spoil and mold is present at the top of the container, it can be safely saved. Skim off any mold or foam that is present. Pour this syrup into a pot on the stove and bring back to the boiling point for a period of 10 minutes. Try not to boil it, just let it simmer as hot as possible. Pour back into a sterilized container and enjoy the Maple Syrup.

Maple Syrup may crystalize in the bottom of the jug or glass bottle. This happens even more quickly if the Maple Syrup is left in the refrigerator or on the counter for an extended period of time without the cover on. Liquid water evaporates from the container leaving excess sugar crystals that crystalize forming what looks like pieces of glass. Of course, they are nothing more than sugar crystals. Sometimes these can be “melted down” with a little hot water. Other times they are fun to just suck on, similar to a hard maple candy.

Never use Maple Syrup from a cracked or broken glass bottle. Glass shards may be present in the Maple Syrup.

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