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Maple Syrup


Our Maple Sugar Season at Weil Farms

The maple season in Connecticut and Maine usually begins around mid-February and lasts until the first of April.  At this time we head to the woods with our drills, buckets, and plastic tubing to gather sap from the sugar maples.   Once the March weather produces consecutive days above freezing, and nights that go below freezing, the sap will flow.  The sap must be collected daily.  We set around 1000 taps in our sugar maple trees.  We then collect the sap from the trees to produce our high quality maple syrup.  On an average day we collect around 500 gallons of raw sap.  The sap is then sent to the sugar house.  We fire our wood fired evaporator and boil down the raw sap into pure maple syrup.  It takes almost 40 gallons of sap to produce one gallon of pure maple syrup.  We pride ourselves on our small operation which produces an extremely high quality product.



Grade A Dark Pure Maple Syrup
This pure and natural old-fashioned maple syrup is made from sap of the sugar maple tree. Approximately 40 gallons of maple syrup sap are boiled down to produce one gallon of maple syrup.

Maple syrup is nature’s healthful sweetner. It contains vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. Try it on grapefuit, hot cereal, granola, yogurt, winter squash, or sweet potatoes. Use it as a glaze on meat or over ice cream. Put it in coffee, milk, or a millshake. Pour it on pancakes, waffles, and french toast.

Care of Maple Syrup
Once the container is open, syrup should be kept in the refrigerator or freezer.

Half Pint   $8.99  

Pint   $14.99  

Quart   $24.99  

Half Gallon   $41.99  

Gallon   $71.99  



 Weil Farms

Fishers Island, NY | North Stonington, CT | Punta Gorda, FL