The end of winter welcomes its first harvest of food-maple sap. The sugar maple trees of Northern Minnesota is considered one of the most western sugarbush's in the country. The sugarbush is a great time for families and visitors to experience the boiling of sap and producing of maple syrup each season. It can take up to 60 gallons of sap to make one gallon of maple syrup. The sugar content of the sap will impact how quickly syrup is made. The Savage family farm uses a wood fired evaporator which allows the syrup to have a caramelized deep maple flavor. This maple syrup is a speciality product and limited in quantities.
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