8 Delicious Ways To Celebrate Maple Season
The temperature in New Hampshire is rising, slowly but surely, which means sap is flowing and spring has arrived! All of these exciting events call for some major celebrating, and that’s exactly what’s in store when you order any (or all) of our maple-y goodies. We use only the purest local maple syrup around, from Walker Farm in Bristol, New Hampshire, in our artisan products. Plan on sending a friend or family member elsewhere in the country a sweet taste of New Hampshire? We ship maple gifts of all shapes and sizes nationwide so everyone can experience the tastiness of maple season for themselves. Here are 8 delicious ways to celebrate maple season in New Hampshire!
This Grade A liquid gold comes from Walker Farm in Bristol, NH which has been in operation for over 100 years! Awesome paired with pancakes and waffles.
2. Pure NH Maple Fudge
Maple fudge in its purest form. Classic and creamy. An irresistible hybrid of pure maple candy and decadent truffle.
3. Maple Walnut Fudge
A nutty twist on our maple fudge. Chock full of fresh walnuts!
4. Cabin Fever Maple Whisky Fudge
For those who are looking for an adventurous take on maple. Marry maple and Cabin Fever, an exceptionally smooth 3 year old barrel aged whisky, and behold!
5. Maple Fudge Sampler
Can’t decide between the maple flavors? No need! Our Maple Fudge Sampler features Pure Maple, Maple Walnut, Cabin Fever, and our classic Belgian Chocolate.
6. Maple Candy
Even sweeter than our maple fudge and probably even maplier. Is that a word? It is now!
Celebrate maple season with a beautiful handcrafted cutting board shaped like the Granite State! Comes with a half pound of Pure New Hampshire maple fudge and half a pound of Belgian Chocolate fudge.
8. Premium Maple Gift Sampler
And for the really indecisive (or enthusiastic) individual, try it all! A trio of delectable maple treats guaranteed to put you in a spring mood: pure maple syrup, a maple fudge sampler, and maple candy.
Whether you celebrate maple season in New England (or elsewhere) with syrup or other sweet treats, enjoy!