The Sap is Flowing

Spring is just around the corner, and with it comes fresh New Hampshire maple syrup.

Cormier’s SugarhouseThis is a bold, sweet syrup with a strong maple aftertaste like a Grade B that lingers on the tongue. For those looking for a nice blend of sweet and maple, this is the perfect compromise between the two types of flavors. $9.50 for one pint.

13 Farrarville Rd., Belmont

(603) 556-7777

www.cormierssugarhouse.com

Fuller’s SugarhouseThe maple syrup from Fuller’s Sugarhouse will delight those with a taste for a sweeter topping to their pancakes. The taste of maple is complemented by a sugary flavor that seems almost too decadent to eat for breakfast. $10.95 for one pint.

267 Main St., Lancaster

(603) 788-2719

www.fullerssugarhouse.com

And the Winner Is…Sunnyside Maples Inc.The Sunnyside Maples’ offering was nearly a unanimous staff favorite. For those looking for a big hit of maple flavor as opposed to sweetness, this is the syrup you’re looking for. $10 for one pint.

1089 Rte. 106, N. Loudon

(603) 267-8217

Just MapleThe maple syrup from Just Maple is the lightest of the four tasted by the staff. It has a more mild – but still very distinct – maple flavor.

$10.95 for one pint.

Green Acres Farm

475 School St., Tilton

(603) 286-3979

www.justmaple.com

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