Maple Syrup : Amber
Amber, is more robust in character and has a distinct rich maple taste with the slightest hint of dark treacle.
For that short span of time, between the end of winter and the beginning of spring. When the nights are still freezing hard, but the day temperatures are rising above zero,the sap begins to rise. The Maple trees are beginning to wake up and are preparing to bud. As the sap begins to flow the maple syrup season starts, some years as brief as 10 days and others as long as 3 weeks.
The taste of the syrup also changes from delicate and creamy to tastes of toffee and caramel, and to a richer maple taste.