About Maple Syrup

Maple syrup displays a complex aromatic palette. This is due to numerous factors such as the point in the season, weather conditions, sap harvesting methods (buckets or tubing), evaporation methods, and others, such as the position of the sun, height of the tap, age of trees, and acidity of soils.

Vanilla, brown sugar, flowers, fruits, golden sugar, coffee… So many flavours depending on the syrups produced in various regions (refer to the flavour wheel for maple products). Depending on the use that you make of it, a rich amber syrup will be perfect for dressings while a full-bodied, very dark syrup will have the intensity required to braise meats.

Les Sucreries Beaurivage offer four maple syrup grades for the enjoyment of all. We’ve got you covered!

Cooking With Maple Syrup

Give a touch of splendour to sauces, roast vegetables or add toppings: there are so many good reasons to cook with maple products every day!

Guidelines for Substituting Sugar

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 Replace this quantity of sugar By this quantity of maple syrup  Substrat this quantity of liquid
 250 ml (1 cup)  250 ml (1 cup)  100 ml (1/3 cup + 4 tsp)
 180 ml (3/4 cup)  180 ml (3/4 cup)  80 ml (1/3 cup)
 150 ml (2/3 cup)  150 ml (2/3 cup)  70 ml (1/4 cup+ 2 tsp)
 125 ml (1/2 cup)  125 ml (1/2 cup)  50 ml (3 tbsp + 1 tsp)
 80 ml (1/3 cup)  80 ml (1/3 cup)  35 ml (2 tbsp + 1 tsp)
 60 ml (1/4 cup)  60 ml (1/4 cup)  25 ml (1 tbsp + 2 tsp)


Preserving Maple Syrup

To ensure the preservation of our syrup, we can it for sale to consumers.
Unopened maple syrup cans can be stored for years.

To preserve maple syrup from open cans, transfer it in an airtight container and keep in the refrigerator.

It will thus keep for several months.