Alaskan Birch Syrup
This sweet and creamy confections hails from Alaska, where Birch trees are plentiful and maples scarce. Making Birch Syrup is a time-demanding effort and today few producers take up this challenge.
Birch Syrup ranges in color from light amber to dark reddish-brown, depending on the season of harvest. The lighter syrups are generally products of the earlier part of the season and are more subtle in flavor. Darker syrups, from later in the season, are more full-bodied and potent. These syrups are used as a spice to flavor different foods, both savory and sweet. Both varieties of Birch Syrup have bold, piquant flavors similar to sorghum or horehound candy.
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