Wagram Springs - Syrup Nutritional Info

Nutritional Info

Birch Syrup is a rare treat. Unlike maple syrup, which requires 40 litres of sap to produce 1 litre of syrup, birch requires 85-150 litres of sap. Although most birch syrup is made from white birch, our syrup is made from the yellow birch. It’s fabulous taste is quite unique. It is semi-sweet and described as combining flavours of honey, caramel, liquorice and molasses with a spicy, balsamic aftertaste.

The syrup can be used as a glaze for salmon, scallops, pork, wild game and root vegetables, barbecues sauces, marinades and salad dressings. In desserts it can be used in cake mix, combined with whipped cream, ice cream, or wild rice pudding and often used as an extract. It is nothing like maple syrup and a little goes a long way.

“Nature’s own renewable energy
…sap is living water”

Natural herbal properties of Birch sap

Birch sap has strengthening and clearing properties for a human body

Antibacterial

Febrifuge

Astringent

diaphoretic

Bitter Tonic

Diuretic

Anti-Rheumatic

Analgesic

“To drink birch sap in the pure state is a pleasure”

It is a pleasant, freshening immunity strengthening drink. Since olden days, it has been famous for the curative properties – it is ecologically pure, tasty, curative, freshening soft drink.

Juice contains natural carbohydrates, organic acids, mineral salts, structures of potassium, calcium, magnesium and copper, vitamin B (group), vitamin C and other micro cells.

100% pure, organic, no additives.