Maple Syrup Plastic Jug

Average: 5 (38 votes)
38 customer reviews

One half pint (8 ounces), one pint (16 ounces), one quart (32 ounces), one half gallon (64 ounces), or a full gallon (packaged as 2 half gallons) of our 100% pure Vermont maple syrup in sturdy plastic jugs. Available in Golden Delicate, Amber Rich or Dark Robust. Kosher certified.


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Average: 5 (38 votes)
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By Jeffrey Bassler on February 22, 2017 verified purchase

Delicious....This was my 2nd order...We now use the syrup in place of white sugar in several recipes. I had looked into ordering syrup from Vermont before but the shipping cost were so high I would not place the order. With Hidden Springs free shipping over $49 I placed my 1st order which included the syrup sampler,after tasting and deciding which grade we liked the most I placed an order for 2 quarts. Wonderful product and fast service. I will be purchasing additional products from Hidden Springs in the future. My next order I plan to buy some of the smaller bottles and give them as gifts for family and friends. I am so glad I found your web site.

Average: 5 (1 vote)
By Anne Richards on February 02, 2017 verified purchase

Wonderful syrup--can't buy maple syrup this good here on the west coast! Love it!

simply the best!
Average: 5 (1 vote)
By STEVEN CHIGER on January 04, 2017

Growing up in Vermont with friends who produced maple syrup this brings back the exact taste of what we used to call grade B now call dark robust. I even use a spoonful in my coffee instead of sugar.

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what is the difference between amber and golden delicate? I'm from Louisiana....
By Mary Broussard on September 01, 2016
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What is the equivalent of Grade B?
By Linda Saltonstall on April 15, 2016
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The new standard named Grade A Dark with Robust Taste (what we call "Dark Robust" for short) is equivalent to Grade B. Same syrup, different (standard) nomenclature.

By bill clark on April 15, 2016

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