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Family Tradition


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Vermont Heritage


Our wood-fired maple products will sweeten your day!


Wood-Fired Maple Syrup?

We travel the mountain range every spring to collect sap from sugar maple trees. The maple sap travels to the maple sugar house. The sap is boiled over a traditional wood-fired evaporator removing water to produce delicious maple syrup!

About Purinton Maple

Austin and Cody Purinton and dogs

The Purinton family moved to Vermont in 1803 settling on a hillside farm. For generations, the Purinton family produced maple syrup on their farms in Lincoln and Bristol, Vermont. Peter Purinton fell in love with being outside and had a genuine passion for making maple syrup as he learned the process from his father Robert. In 1962, at the age of six, Peter tapped eight sugar maple trees on his own. Little by little, Peter kept growing and advancing his sugaring operation. Read More…