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Winter Workshop Series November 2020 – Tips for Making High Quality Syrup

Posted on October 23, 2020 // view all Events // Workshops

Tips for Making High Quality, Strong Flavored Syrup

Cornell Maple Program’s Maple Specialist Aaron Wightman presents a virtual workshop via Zoom, Tips for Making High Quality, Strong Flavored Syrup, on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 6:30pm-7:45pm.  Pre-registration is required and offered at $10 for Berkshire Grown Members and $15 non-members.

If you’ve tasted a lot of syrup, then you know there is tremendous variation in quality and flavor.  In this talk we will discuss practices to eliminate off-flavors and strategies to amplify good flavors.  We will also take a look at new methods developed by Cornell to make intense-flavored maple sugar from dark syrup and the potential use of this sugar in new value-added products. Read the Cornell Maple Program blog at  https://blogs.cornell.edu/cornellmaple/

Aaron Wightman conducts research in all aspects of maple production, marketing and forest management. He also supports the operation of the 7,000 tap research sugarbush at the Arnot Forest, and participates in extension and educational programs. Aaron’s research interests include improved sap handling processes, maple-based nutritional supplements, sugarbush silviculture, and the development of maple beer, wine and distilled spirits.

Watch for announcements about other workshops offered in the Winter Workshops 2020/21 Series taking place in December 2020 and in the New Year.

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