Maple syrup is a sweetener made from maple trees. Drilling a hole in the bark of a sugar or black maple tree and collecting the sap that pours out is how it’s made. After that, the sap is condensed, increasing the sugar concentration from roughly 2% to over 66 percent.
In addition, this procedure darkens the colour to a characteristic golden brown. Maple syrup is produced in several locations around northern North America, including much of Canada and the East Coast and Midwest areas.