Mushroom Maple Syrup
It's finally here! Our once-a-year maple syrup offering. Boiling maple sap into syrup is no small feat for your typical small homestead setup. For weeks we carry 5 gallons buckets filled to the brim of sap all over our land and bring it closer to the outdoor fire. Once we start boiling, we do so for about a week straight - constantly lifting, constantly stoking, constantly tending. Did you know that it takes about 40 gallons of sugar maple sap to equal 1 gallon of syrup? Instead of just boiling it down, we like to infuse wild mushrooms & astragalus root in the pot as it cooks.
After weeks of effort, we ended up with a few gallons of maple syrup infused with pounds of wild & organically grown Vermont mushrooms, astragalus root, and whole vanilla beans. It is earthy & sweet and the absolute perfect thing to add to coffee, tea, or your sourdough pancakes.
*comes in a glass bottle. Please refrigerate immediately upon receiving!
ingredients: wood fired maple sap boiled with Vermont mushrooms (chanterelle, black trumpet, oyster, lobster, old man of the woods, maitake, chaga, turkey tail), astragalus & whole vanilla beans