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Reserve

LATE HARVEST

Full-Bodied, Powerful, Robust, Dark

 

Towards the end of the season, just before the trees start to bloom is the critical "Late Harvest". The timing of this harvest is always difficult to judge and requires constant vigilance and monitoring of the weather, the soil and of course the Eden Notch Maple trees. It is this final harvest which produces the rich, robust and full-bodied syrup which is packed with anti-oxidants and minerals along with the distinctly strong JEM "Reserve" maple flavor.

HARVEST: 2020

STAND: Eden Notch

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FIRST HARVEST

Light-Bodied, Smooth, Refined, Delicate

The "First Harvest" typically occurs in late February or early March at the Eden Notch Forrest and only lasts a few days. Even though the snow is still very deep, the Eden Notch Maple is starting to stir and wake up from it's long winter hibernation. The sap is particularly sweet as it begins the journey from the tree's roots up to it's branches collecting the natural sugars and nutrients along the way.

HARVEST: 2020

STAND: Eden Notch

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DURING OUR “MAPLE HARVESTING SEASON” – THE PRODUCTION PROCESS OF JEM MAPLE SYRUP IS AS CRITICAL AS THE TERROIR FROM WHICH THE EDEN NOTCH SUGAR MAPLE SAP ORIGINATES. MAPLE SYRUP HAS BEEN AROUND FOR CENTURIES – ORIGINATING IN THE NATIVE AMERICAN COMMUNITY.

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Artisan

SEASONAL BLEND

Crisp, Flavorful, Bright, Rich

 

The Eden Notch Sugar Maple has an internal cell structure much different than conventional wisdom – when the mercury dips below freezing in the Northeast Kingdom, the Eden Notch Sugar Maple internally contracts – with its strong root system pulling in the pure pristine waters of the Missisquoi watershed and filtering it through its cell structure where it combines with wild crafted antioxidants, minerals and sugars to give the resulting maple syrup its distinctive color and flavor.

HARVEST: 2020

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