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64oz Hidden Springs Maple Grade A Medium Amber 100% Pure Vermont Maple Syrup EXPIRED

shaggymatt 974 339 December 29, 2012 at 06:54 AM in Grocery (2)
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Promoted 12-30-2012 by yuugotserved at 12:00 AM View Original Post
Hidden Springs Maple has 64oz Hidden Springs Maple Grade A Medium Amber 100% Pure Vermont Maple Syrup on sale for $27.37 - 10% off coupon code 335HSM4 = $24.63. Shipping is free. Thanks shaggymatt
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Edited December 29, 2012 at 08:27 PM by widgit
Hidden Springs Maple has grade A quart and half gallons of pure maple syrup on sale for 25% off.

https://hiddenspringsmaple.com/sh...ex&cPath=3

The half gallons are the best deal because you get free shipping at $25. Quarts are also on sale.

Sale price is $27.37
Coupon code for 10% off: 335HSM4
Price per half gallon: $24.64

I actually ordered two half gallons, total order was $49.27 with Free Shipping. Pretty good deal for great syrup.

In my haste, I ordered two individual half gallons. A bit further down on the page, there was a bundle pack, which would have been $49. A few cents worth of savings, but it all adds up..
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#106
Quote from MeatCatalog View Post :
For those people who have no clue about maple syrup:

80 gallons of tree sap = 1 gallon fancy syrup
60 gallons of tree sap = 1 gallon grade A medium
50 gallons of tree sap = 1 gallon grade A dark
40 gallons or less = 1 gallon B, etc

The amount of gallons depends on your trees, location, climate, etc. Vermont is generally considered the best syrup in the world because there is no industry in vermont (highly socialist, anti business, pro conservation & tourist state) which translates to very little pollution. Its also cold but not too cold like canada so the syrup has a unique taste which most experts call superior. Just like anything not ALL vermont syrup will be superior to ALL canadian or say, maine syrup but comparing state by state vermont is the best. I've never had syrup from this farm in Putney but I ordered a half gallon just to see because this is a good deal for grade a medium shipped to your door.

But anyway, this is why the stuff is so expensive but also a completely unique product.

Keep in mind that the stuff you buy in Costco or walmart is Grade A DARK which is inferior to what you're buying here. However, everyone has different tastebuds and some people prefer dark to medium, some grade B to grade A, etc.

Source: I grew up in vermont.
Great comment, and right concept, but actually it's just the other way around. Fancy grade syrup is made during the early part of the season (Feb). Grade A is made next (March). Grade B is made last (April). The sap is sweetest in Feb. About 2% sweetness. So it takes about 40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of Fancy Syrup. As the season progresses, the sap becomes less sweet. By April, the sap is running at about 1% sweetness and it takes about 80 gallons of sap to make one gallon of grade B.

Source: the owner of Hidden Springs Maple Wink
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Great comment, and right concept, but actually it's just the other way around. Fancy grade syrup is made during the early part of the season (Feb). Grade A is made next (March). Grade B is made last (April). The sap is sweetest in Feb. About 2% sweetness. So it takes about 40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of Fancy Syrup. As the season progresses, the sap becomes less sweet. By April, the sap is running at about 1% sweetness and it takes about 80 gallons of sap to make one gallon of grade B.

Source: the owner of Hidden Springs Maple Wink
I'm going to quote wikipedia, a couple random websites, my neighbor's dog, and dispute your clearly ignorant claims. Stick Out Tongue
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#108
Might have to try. We go through maple syrup. Personally Grade B is better.
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Source: the owner of Hidden Springs Maple Wink
Nevermind. I'm cetain the expiry had to do with the dude's cc. SMH.
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Last edited by cswanic December 30, 2012 at 01:54 PM
#110
Ditto, I like Grade B the best...wish there were a coupon for it.

And this is a great place to get it. Totally kicks Costco's version to the ground, if you like the taste of maple syrup (the real taste, not the sugar content :-)
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#111
Costco stuff doesn't taste same. We buy from Trader Joe's. Wish there was coupon for Grade B.
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Costco stuff doesn't taste same. We buy from Trader Joe's. Wish there was coupon for Grade B.
and here's my vote for a coupon for Grade B.
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#113
Wife say order the Grade A and kids won't know. But I just can't click on the submit button. Once you know what Grade B is, it is hard for me to buy Grade A.
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#114
Another who prefers B. More mapley.
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#115
A, B, blind folded i couldn't tell the difference. can't recall if i ever had pure maple syrup. this maybe the first time for me when i receive this order.
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#116
[MostpeoplE=el31415;56469162]Grade B taste much better[/QUOTE]


Agreed, but most I've known like A
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#117
Not sure that anybody is actually tasting much of a difference between this and costco or sams club product. Anyway I may order some and ask them to do a 60/40 b/a mix. Thanks op.
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I'm not a maple syrup kind of guy, I just usually add a bit of butter. But I NEVER eat the fake syrup. It's disgusting and anyone who thinks HFCS and maple are the same thing is going to save a lot of money. Well, maybe not in the long run, idk if HFCS is bad for humans, I stay away from it, but who knows.
I'm a transplant to the south, but still I only stock real maple syrup in my house. My neighbor came over one morning while we were making pancakes. I gave him the syrup jug for his pancakes, and he said, "Oh, I don't need that. I can use the cheap stuff. It tastes the same." I laughed and said, "Sorry Big Guy. I don't stock that carp in my house." He ate the pancakes with the real stuff and after the first bite, he said, "Wow! There really is a big difference, isn't there?"
(I've had to keep the syrup hidden since then)
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Quote from kmsimpson View Post :
I'm a transplant to the south, but still I only stock real maple syrup in my house. My neighbor came over one morning while we were making pancakes. I gave him the syrup jug for his pancakes, and he said, "Oh, I don't need that. I can use the cheap stuff. It tastes the same." I laughed and said, "Sorry Big Guy. I don't stock that carp in my house." He ate the pancakes with the real stuff and after the first bite, he said, "Wow! There really is a big difference, isn't there?"
(I've had to keep the syrup hidden since then)
I know the fake stuff doesn't taste as good, but it certainly tastes better than fish, lol
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#120
FYI: coupon code 335HSM4 still works for 10% off Grade B (aka the Best). Woo!
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