Alaska Birch Pure Syrup: Birch syrup is made from harvesting and evaporating the sap of the birch tree to syrup in a three-week spring harvest. It is a similar process to maple but requires over 100 gallons of sap to make a gallon of syrup, whereas maple averages 40:1. Birch syrup is quite rare as production is difficult and very limited–less than 3,000 gallons are produced worldwide, most of them right here in Alaska. Our supplier produces between 600-1300 gallons of our Kahiltna Gold each spring. Birch syrup has a unique, spicy-sweet flavor that is delicious alone and complements many foods. VERY LIMITED STOCK.
Blueberry Syrup: Combining wild Alaska blueberries and domestic berries with minimal sugar, raw Alaska wildflower honey and a hint of orange zest. Blueberries are well known for their anti-oxidant properties. Enjoy this delicious and nutritious syrup with crepes, French toast, pancakes, waffles, ice cream and fruit.
Raspberry Rhubarb Syrup: The sweet and tart flavors of raspberry and rhubarb complement each other in our whole-fruit syrup. Try this delightful mix on crepes, waffles or ice cream, or use as a glaze on chicken or pork. Available in 3.4 oz and 8.4 oz in plastic jugs and 8 oz in glass jugs.
Alaska Birch Breakfast Syrup: Our breakfast syrup is a blend of birch syrup and organic cane sugar, providing a lower cost option for those with kids or a lighter palate. It is milder and sweeter than our pure syrup but retains the essence of birch.