This Trader Joe’s Quebec maple syrup has an incredibly pure, strong and sweet taste to it that is typical of the prized maple syrup from the Province of Quebec in Canada. It comes in a really fancy wine like bottle that is great for giving as a gift. This used to be Grade B maple syrup but I think the laws changed somewhat so this is now classified as Grade A. Grade B generally is a more pure form of maple syrup that has more nutrients and a stronger flavor to it. Either way, if you haven’t tried Quebec maple syrup from Trader Joe’s yet, you should definitely pick up a bottle before it’s gone…….…….
- US Grade A Maple Syrup
- Net Weight: 25 oz
- “Dark robust taste”
- 210 calories per serving
Canadian Maple Syrup, Trader Joe’s
This Grade A maple syrup (formerly Grade B maple syrup) has a really unique strong and intense maple syrup flavor. What does everyone think of this Quebec maple syrup? Do you notice much of a difference between this and Trader Joe’s Vermont maple syrup? There are a bunch of different Trader Joe’s maple syrups, including Ghosted maple syrup and bourbon infused maple syrup. Canadian maple syrup rivals Vermont in terms of taste and price, so you really can’t go wrong. I’d love to know if anyone has an absolute favorite of the bunch! And if you can’t make it out to TJs in person, give these products a try…..
– CANADIAN FINEST on Amazon – 100% Pure Certified Organic Maple Syrup from Family Farms in Quebec, Canada – Grade A Dark (Formerly Grade B),16.9 fl oz (500mL)
– Organic Pure Maple Syrup, Canadian Maple Syrup, Grade A Amber Rich Taste, 100% USDA Certified, 8.5 Fl Oz (Single)
Other posts and links you might like…
Vermont Maple Syrup Trader Joe’s review