Pure Vermont Maple Products
Treat a loved one or perhaps yourself to something special... Maple syrup for a well deserved breakfast.
Unique Wedding Favors
Treat your guests to a party favor they will remember for years to come!
For the entirety of his life, Daniel has worked first as a dairy farmer, then diversified his skill set into sugar making. Though in the transition to retirement, he still is an integral component of boiling syrup each spring. In addition to this, Daniel maintains a relationship with the Natural Resources Conservation District, leading the property into the future.
Karen has been involved in all aspects of operations at one time or another dating back over 30 years. She was integral in modernizing operations, as well as streamlining the administrative and accounting processes. In addition to all of that, Karen still oversees production for final products, and conducts website development and online marketing.
Engineering & Maintenance
Though a pipe-fitter by trade, Jameson has a direct hand in the modification and improvement of our maple production equipment. Many of the enhancements improving quality and ease of use are a direct result of Jameson's ingenuity.
After a 10 year absence serving as a helicopter pilot in the U.S. Army, Nathaniel has returned and now works on marketing and website development. In addition to this, he has a prominent role in new product development. Keep an eye out for what he has in store.
Production in the sugar house is but one of the last steps before it arrives to you. Maple operations begin in the sugar-bush, and this is where Levon's expertise shines through. Managing the maintenance, replacement of over 14,000 taps is a year round job, and this is where he was meant to be. As an avid outdoorsman, there is no better job suited to his talents.
Production & Sales
If you call the sugar house there is a better chance than not you spoke with Jonathan. Jon handles customer service and sales; in addition, he produces value added maple products in the sugar house kitchen. Fine maple products are not produced by luck, it is Jon's diligent eye that ensures the products our customers receive are up to our high standards.
Unique Valentine's Day Gift
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A box of Carman Brook Farm's delicious maple products are the perfect gift for any occasion. Each gift box comes equipped with our beautiful 3D leaf glass bottle, filled with amber rich taste maple syrup. The decorative glass featured in this gift box holds 8.45 ounces of pure maple syrup, perfect for multiple breakfasts.
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The Vermont Maple Syrup produced on the Carman Brook Farm is pure and natural, produced from the sap of maple trees on our farm, it is pesticide and formaldehyde free, contains no preservatives, artificial flavorings, or color additives. Maple Syrup is naturally gluten free and vegan. Our 3D Leaf is filled with Amber Rich Taste syrup, which is the perfect grade to be showcased in glass.
Amber Rich Taste/Table Syrup – This grade of maple syrup is a favorite for pancakes, French toast and waffles. Additionally, everyone around your table will be impressed with its pleasant, rich maple flavor, and translucent amber hue. Drizzle a little over your ice cream, fruit cobbler and a variety of other desserts.
You select from a 1/2 lb. of light or dark maple cream, and a 1/2 lb. of light, dark, or mixed Valentine's Day candy.
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