Mustard and maple are old friends. When the French where pushed from the region they resettled in New Orleans, where they developed sauces with Creole mustard. Over 250 years later a sauce has returned home to the Green Mountains. Use with smoked pork, chicken, or turkey, as well as salmon and seafood.
Ingredients: Onion, green peppers, water, canola oil, cider vinegar, ginger, organic maple syrup, mustard seeds, red chili, turmeric, salt
Besides maple, apples are Vermont’s pride and joy. When you add a little smoke and chilies you have a flavor unique to these hills, and perfect for an afternoon BBQ on a lake shore or farm field. Use as a glaze for grilled or roasted meats, or as a condiment for anything on the table
Ingredients: Smoked apples (Champlain Orchards), onion, canola oil, water, organic maple syrup, apple cider vinegar, red chili, salt
Mexico has one of the oldest and greatest food cultures of the Americas. Mole (MO-lay) is a sauce with a complex mix of flavors developed by families for generations. Made with fine Vermont maple, this sauce ties us all together. Great for roasted or grilled meats, as well as tacos and enchiladas
Ingredients: Organic tomatoes, water, soy oil, organic maple syrup, apple cider vinegar, ancho chili, red chili powder, onion, garlic, cumin, cocoa powder (Ecuador), Salt
Like maple and winter sports, coffee has a strong and maybe surprising link to the Green Mountain. While coffee isn't grown in Vermont, we do have some of the worlds best known coffee roasters, like Vermont Coffee Company. We've used some of their best fair trade roasts to make our sauces, which imparts a robust coffee flavor which pares well with smoky brisket, steaks, roasts, or a big juicy burger.
Ingredients: Onions, Organic Tomatoes, Water, Coffee, Organic Maple Syrup, Canola Oil, Cider Vinegar, Red Pepper, Salt
Pure Vermont maple syrup aged six months in bourbon barrels, which gives the syrup a rich bourbon aroma and the flavor or lite wood smoke and vanilla. Naturally perfect for drizzling on a dish for brunch or desserts, or as a glaze for salmon or ham. Also great in cocktails or a cup of coffee
Ingredients: Pure Vermont maple syrup
May contain up to .5% alcohol by volume
Soon we will begin offering a variety of salad dressings and vinaigrettes using the same great Vermont maple syrup along with local and organic produce, and will be great for use on salads, mixed cooked vegetables, or as marinade for meat and vegies on the grill. More on that to come.
Due to difficult drought conditions in the region we had a less than bumper peach crop, and thus the peaches we had were eaten up fast and not made into sauce. We are hoping to bring this great sauce back next season, and there are still some bottles floating around the shelves of area retailers, so keep an eye out.
We have only been producing hot sauce in smaller testing batches, but if this seasons' pepper crop is as good as this years harvest then we will certainly start bottling them. While we prefer the lingering heat and flavor of vinegar and fruit based sauces, we may find our way to including a few psycho hot, burn the barn down, endorphin showering, 100 billion Scoville unit sauces as well.