Well, December 17th is National Maple Syrup Day, and it just so happens that is also the day that Bow Street Market in Freeport, Maine is hosting a tasting of Chadwick's Maple Craft Spirits, which features 100% pure maple syrup. Not just any maple syrup though. The maple sap it comes from is taken from the Chadwick's own Maple trees, boiled down to perfection in the Chadwick's on Sugar Shack, and then carefully added to flavor Chadwick's Maple Craft Spirits right before bottling.
National Maple Syrup day is an "unofficial" holiday in the United States, and it's uncertain just who started it. What is known is that Americans love themselves maple syrup. Besides a favorite flavoring in many foods and treats, real maple syrup still stands as one of the best possible pancake syrups you could possibly have.
And now, the incredible flavor of 100% pure maple syrup is used in Chadwick's Maple Craft Spirits. Maple Syrup's sweet, natural taste blends perfectly with the warm, smooth flavor of Chadwick's Craft Spirits. It's a match made in Heaven. Well, actually it's made in Pittston, Maine, but that may be as close as you can get while still here.