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Escuminac | Canadian Maple Syrup - Medium (200ml)

Escuminac | Canadian Maple Syrup - Medium (200ml)

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Escuminac main harvest syrup is the most popular in our range because it is readily available but also because of its complex and mild mouthfeel. This Canada Grade A maple syrup is both extra fine and richly flavored. Its aromatic profile brings to mind warm, buttered brown sugar, date purée, English toffee and green anise with a subtle hint of curry. Flavorful, it isfull-bodied, rounded, textured, distinct and syrupy, but not overwhelming, and has a very long finish. A grand cru!

Érablière Escuminac is certified carbon neutral, which means that it has eliminated net greenhouse gas emissions from its business activities. We take great pride in giving back to the generous nature we work with everyday by reducing our ecological footprint.

Canada Grade A Pure Organic Maple Syrup - Dark, Robust Taste Both extra fine and richly flavored

Tasting notes — Cuvée Grande récolte by François Chartier “ Creator of harmony”» Winner of the prestigious award Meilleur sommelier au monde en vins et spiritueux de France (Grand Prix Sopexa, Paris 1994).

Escuminac’s medium syrup “Grande récolte” is the most popular of the line, for the amounts available, but also for its complexity and its lightness in the finish. This syrup,  Canada no. 1 in medium category, is a maple syrup that is both extra fine and very rich, its aromatic profile bringing to mind warm buttered brown sugar, date purée, English toffee and green anise, with a subtle touch of curry. On the palate, it proves to be dense, full, textured, just syrupy enough with a lingering flavour. A great wine!

Moving onto serious things, for tasty recipes as well as for the creation of rather full-bodied cocktails, with barrel-matured spirits (bourbon, cognac, scotch) as a base. While cooking, match it with, among others, soy sauce, curry, maize mushroom, wild rice, lovage, celery salt, roasted chicory, coffee, Tonka beans, vanilla, black licorice, nigori sake, kirsch, grilled fenugreek seeds and candy cap or chaga mushrooms.

Storage: 3 years in a cellar – 6 to 12 months once opened – Keep refrigerated after opening.

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