Buckwud Maple Syrup 250g
Canadian maple syrup Long, long ago the first people of the land that is now Canada discovered that when they pierced the bark of the Maple tree a magnificent sticky, sweet liquid trickled out. They tasted it. "It's Gud!" they thought. They tapped the trees using Reed Funnels and collected the flowing golden sap. Turning it into a delicious syrup. All they needed was a name. Naturally they called it 'Sinzibuckwud'. meaning 'drawn from wood'. Not much has changed in the way Maple syrup is produced today. Pure from tree to table. We call ours Buckwud Bottle - Glass - widely recycled Lid - Plastic - check local recycling Canada Flag - Prepare and Use: For a tasty twist, add a splash of maple syrup to your coffee. Or drizzle over root vegetables, sausages, chicken or bacon for a delicious glaze.