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A state of the art tubing system, reverse osmosis, and a wood fired evaporator, combined with rare minerals that feed the trees, creates some of the best tasting maple syrup.
Experience maple syrup from the land before time.
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It is always open and during Syrup season (mid-March to mid-April) the Sugarhouse is in full production and there is always something exciting to see.
Want to visit? Drop us a line or call, so we can make sure we are there to meet you.
Tours of the Sugarbush can be booked all year, and during Syrup season will end with a "Sugar on Snow" experience! The tour includes the forest, the minerals, and the entire syrup making process. This property is globally unique in its mineral composition and has not been impacted by humans since the last ice age.
Maybe these minerals are what give the maple syrup its buttery flavour?
The Bramham family are dedicated to protect a unique piece of Canada, that is geologically significant. Protect it by giving tours to encourage a real understanding of connections in nature.
And produce some of the best-darn tasting maple syrup from this undisturbed forest. A portion of the proceeds of every bottle helps protect this forest.
"It tastes amazing - so buttery."
Jonny Harris visits Esson Creek/Greenmantle Mineral Tours for an episode of CBC's Still Standing.
Here he is with Mark and Sandra Bramham.