Did you ever notice how every Canadian drinks a million gallons of syrup every day, and they always apologize for it?
Okay, okay, sorry world! I guess we just can’t get enough of our syrup!
Maple syrup comes in cans and a lid on top keeps the syrup fresh and staying in the container, rather than all over your clothes!
The cans feature all kinds of designs: maple, metal, and hockey. Some cans are made of glass.
Maple syrup is made in Quebec, where it’s harvested every year with workers in the winter time.
According to the history books, maple syrup was first discovered right near the end of the time period during which people didn’t know how to make maple syrup.
Once you’ve bought your maple syrup, get ready, because it’s time to pig out. Remove the top of your container, and apply liberally to anything you’ve got around: food, drinks, or you can just drink it plain from the can. Don’t be ashamed. Guzzling maple syrup is practically our national sport!