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Previous deal is dead but organic one is same low price, $3.92 5% or $3.51 15% w/s&s

https://www.amazon.com/Butternut-...B00KSCH8GY

32 oz Amber Rich or Dark Robust are both $14.19 5% or $12.7 15% w/s&s
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The new labeling in this is all marketing. Everything is grade A now. That dark robust was originally called commercial grade.


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I'm not always hipster, but I'm hipster about maple syrup. Not sure if I'd trust maple syrup from an easy squeeze bottle
Many people, myself included, prefer the darker grades (formerly grade b). More maple flavor, less like corn syrup.

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I'm not always hipster, but I'm hipster about maple syrup. Not sure if I'd trust maple syrup from an easy squeeze bottle
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The new labeling in this is all marketing. Everything is grade A now. That dark robust was originally called commercial grade.


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Heard that there is a a glut of syrup.
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The new labeling in this is all marketing. Everything is grade A now. That dark robust was originally called commercial grade.


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Is commercial grade the same as restaurant grade?
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I did research and you're correct, grade A robust was formally grade B.

But B has more minerals https://healthyhappylife.com/mapl...20minerals.
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Not sure, how it compares with Krikland. Price-wise just a bit better.
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Buy buy buy awesome price. Freeze 🥶 it and make maple candies 🍭
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It's saying out of stock for me.
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The new labeling in this is all marketing. Everything is grade A now. That dark robust was originally called commercial grade.


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Many people, myself included, prefer the darker grades (formerly grade b). More maple flavor, less like corn syrup.
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No longer S&S and OOS, but giving it a shot
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I usually buy in Trader Joe's. I did not like the dark color coz it's too much maple-y, for lack of better words. Light and Medium amber had the right balance of maple note and sweetness. Dark has strong flavor that some may not like it. YMMV.
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Buy buy buy awesome price. Freeze 🥶 it and make maple candies 🍭
How's that?
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I did research and you're correct, grade A robust was formally grade B.

But B has more minerals https://healthyhappylife.com/mapl...20minerals.
It's really whatever you prefer. It's about what point in the season the tree sap is collected. Early in the season the sap requires less boiling to concentrate the sugar content. Later in the season you need to boil the sap down more to reach the same sugar content. In this process some of the sugars caramelize and darken the product produced. Back in the day more refined products were preferred such as white sugar or white bread, or very light amber maple syrup, but that has changed now at least in the US. I've had lighter versions taste excellent and full of flavor, but also some that taste like corn syrup, I've had darker versions taste deep and rich, and others that taste a bit burnt.
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