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Make Traditional Vermont Maple Syrup

workshop

Make Traditional Vermont Maple Syrup

36 recensioni
Questa esperienza è raramente disponibile.
Durata
1 ora
Dimensioni del gruppo
Fino a 10 persone
Include
Food
Offerta in
Inglese
workshop

Make Traditional Vermont Maple Syrup

workshop

Make Traditional Vermont Maple Syrup

36 recensioni
Questa esperienza è raramente disponibile.
Durata
1 ora
Dimensioni del gruppo
Fino a 10 persone
Include
Food
Offerta in
Inglese

Cosa farete

You will learn the process of making maple syrup from sap. Since it is off season you will be able to see the evaporator only boil water. I will guide you through a tasting of this years syrup and explain how to grade maple syrup. We will then try some sugar on ice! You will leave with a mini bottle of maple syrup to take home and a experience you will never forget! Maple sap runs when the days are above 38 degrees and the nights are below freezing. If the sap is not running, I can boil water and for the class so if the dates that we have listed don't work for your time frame, just send me an email and I can see if we can find another time for your truly Vermont experience. We will have a maximum of 10 people since the sugar house is small - we are not a giant production house that does thousand of gallons per year. Children under 5 are free. We at most make 50 gallons, most of which I bottle in my handblown glass!

Che cosa è incluso

Food
You will get to taste different grades of maple syrup, and have sugar-on-ice.

Il tuo host

Robert

Robert

I have been producing small-batch award-winning Taft Hill Farm maple syrup for more than 25 years. Come have a tour of our maple bush and sugar house, and taste our maple syrup. Our mountain-top farm is nestled along Sadawga Brook and has old-growth maple trees that have been here for 250+ years. Taft Hill Farm got its name from Peter Rawson Taft, the grandfather of President William Howard Taft. Alphonso Taft was born at the farm in 1810 and was President Taft's father. I have been farming this land since 1993 and I love to share my passion for farming in all seasons.

Informazioni sull'organizzazione

West River Community Project

The West River Community Project, housed in the West Townshend Country Store on Route 30 in West Townshend Vt, was established in 2010 to help foster the revitalization of our community in the West River Watershed. First, we wanted to create a public place to gather, make music, celebrate events and show art. We wanted to support sustainability and local development in the local foods movement.

Questa è un'esperienza per il sociale, in cui il 100% dell'importo che paghi viene devoluto a West River Community Project.

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Dove ti troverai

We will meet at the sugar house by the side of the brook. We'll take a look at our sugar bush and see how sap comes of the trees. Potential bonus side trip: we may have some newborn lambs/calfs that we can visit in our nearby pasture if you are interested.

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Termini di cancellazione

È possibile cancellare e ottenere il rimborso totale di qualsiasi esperienza entro 24 ore dall'acquisto.

Termini di comunicazione

Comunica sempre attraverso Airbnb. Per proteggere i tuoi pagamenti, non trasferire mai del denaro e non comunicare al di fuori del sito web o dell'app di Airbnb.

Requisiti degli ospiti

Possono partecipare fino a 10 ospiti a partire dai 5 anni.

Altri consigli

Part of the experience will be outside to see how sap flows from the tree into lines hung on maple trees. Inside the sugar house, we'll have the evaporator boiling (water) so you can visualize the process that occurs during sugaring season.
Robert
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Make Traditional Vermont Maple Syrup
36 recensioni
A partire da $25 a persona
36 recensioni
A partire da $25 a persona