A term usually associated with wine, which simply means “taste of soil,” or the flavor of the soil, weather, and surrounding life of the grapes grown for wine. Considering any wine as having “terroir” is a conversation reserved for higher quality wines which are typically traditionally minimally and wholesomely produced so that the flavors of the living qualities of the environment around the cultivation of the grapes comes through in the final aged wine.
In this way we cultivate our maple and birch syrups and candy so that the terroir of the moment of our mountainside is evident in the flavor and quality of our products. We cultivate our CBD biodynamically and in consideration of terroir, among wild mountain roses in a blackberry patch, which imparts both sweet and floral flavor and aroma in ways that the plant itself would not exhibit on its own or in an industrially mass produced environment.
Our maple butter candy IS the flavor of the green mountains, cultivated with spring water in mountain breeze, and affixed to heat cured golden birch twigs that grow among our maple sugarbush. The sweet cream sea salted butter we use includes milk from a neighboring family operated certified organic dairy farm, in the same pure wild mountain climate. Our carbon negative off grid wood and solar heated recipe yields honest, pure and original taste.
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