Canadian Pure Maple Butter
This maple butter is made locally, here in New Brunswick, Canada, on a small family farm that has been producing real maple syrup since 1852. Today, the 5th generation of the family, is still operating the farm and making pure maple butter the same way their great, great grandfather did - tapping the sap from sugar maple trees and carefully boiling out the water from the sap until they get creamy pure maple butter, Canadian made.
The family has won many awards over the last few years for producing some of New Brunswick’s and the world’s best maple products. In 2000, they won the coveted “Master Sugar Maker” award for New Brunswick.
If you have never tried pure maple butter from Canada, you in for a treat. put it on toast, hot cereal, vegetables, or eat it right out of the tub. Try some of our pure, maple butter and you will be hooked. Careful, we must warn you, it's addicting.
For extended shelf life, store in either a refrigerator or freezer, especially after opening. Separation may occur during shipping, but a quick stir will solve that!
Wonderful. Harkened back to my youth living 100 miles south of the Canadian border in WA state. Ate a lot of Canadian goodness like this during the early years.
The maple butter is absolutely delicious! I put it on French toast and didn’t even need to add syrup! If I’m completely honest, I could eat it right out of the container! I will definitely be purchasing it again in the future as well as for family. I also loved that Mr. Cosman called me to thank me for my purchase and to let me know it had shipped. I feel like he added a personal touch to the order that consumers don’t get normally. I think the cherry on top, he goes above and beyond for veterans. I am extremely proud to purchase from a business like Mr. Cosman’s.
Easy to order Arrived a week sooner than expected My kids love it
Best thing Rob sells
Rob sells amazing tools, great customer service and even better friendship. However, none of that even compares to maple butter. I usually try to put it on toast or pancakes or anything else, but I usually wind up just eating it straight from the tub.
Absolutely delicious . . .