The Wood family of Vermont has been making Apple Cider Syrup since 1882! First, they grind and press their apples on the farm's original screw press. Then, they evaporate the sweet cider juice in a wood-fired, stainless steel evaporator and boil it until it's concentrated to about 7 to 1. They don't add any sweeteners or preservatives, so this syrup is pure, sweet, apple goodness... A spoonful a day, you know what they say!
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Wood’s Cider Mill recommends stirring a little of their cider syrup in a cup of hot water for a delicious drink, or using as a topping for pancakes, yogurt, or ice cream.