Our family favorite
With a big chef in the family, we've become accustomed to big flavors in everything. Dark syrup is known for its robust flavor, enhancing dishes from pancakes to stir fry (trust us, it's delicious). It's become a pantry staple we simply can't live without.
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My wife and I love your syrup. My son and his wife love it. I give out the little bottles as gifts. The people I give it to love it...Life without Two Pigs syrup just wouldn't be the same.
I don't know what to tell you other than the maple syrup from Two Pigs transported me back about 55 years to a different time but oh so familiar place. It was perfect!
The Two Pigs Farm has been an excellent company to do business with because they have a great product, excellent service and communicate well. The Maple Syrup is the best I have ever had and use it regularly on my pancakes and for flavoring in certain foods. They ship on time and very well packaged. They communicate on the status of the orders and answer emails quickly.
This Vermont specialty syrup brings a world of flavor to my morning waffle. If all you know is corn syrup, you don't know syrup. The color and flavor makes the day.
The taste is so different from the normal store bought, its taste is smoother and gentle to the taste.
I would call this a nice mild honey which is what I really like. I buy the local honey but this seems even fresher than what I get in my own hometown. I guess it’s because it’s raw honey. I would recommend it to anyone who likes mild honey.
After this syrup you can never go back! Love this syrup. One taste of the REAL thing and you will never be happy with anything less. My grandchildren love it on ice cream as a big treat!
I enjoyed the raw honey on my toast and its taste was so different from store bought honey. I could actually taste the different flowers that the bees used to make their honey.
Our small family farm in southeastern Vermont is proud to be run by the second generation of budding farmers. We still make our syrup in small batches and pack bottles by hand, just as Chris and Adrienne Kimball did when they started the farm over twenty years ago.