Muskoka’s climate is perfect for the sugar maple, which is the best producer of high quality sap. After 40 years of growth, a sugar maple will provide about 40 litres of sap during the 6 week sugaring season, which will produce one litre of maple syrup. A properly tapped tree can continue to do this annually for 100 years.
If you haven’t visited Muskoka during a syrup harvest and tasted thick maple syrup poured on snow (a taffy), then add it to your list. This was our inspiration for a flavoured coffee that has become a Canadian icon.
Works well with brewers using Keurig brewing systems
Contains: 20 pods
Net Weight: 230g
About the coffeeWhat could be more emblematic of Muskoka than the call of the common loon? The tremolo, which sounds like a crazy laugh, is the most familiar and distinctive call, and is used to signal alarm or worry. You are more likely to hear the wail in the morning, as you enjoy your coffee and danish, when loons signal that they want to move closer together or that it is safe for the chicks to join them for food.
This coffee has become one of our most popular, as people respond to the subtle character and shimmering layers of taste. The inclusion of Kenyan in the blend gives the coffee a brightness and distinctive winey taste, with a sweet, zesty finish and a beautiful aroma.