Sugarmaker’s Reserve Maple Syrups

Hudson-Chatham Maple Apple Butter

The production of apple butter was also a popular way of using apples in colonial America, well into the 19th century. But, the roots of apple butter go all the way back to Limburg (Belgium and the Netherlands) and Rhineland (Germany), conceived during the Middle Ages, when the first monasteries (with large fruit yards) appeared. […]

Hudson-Chatham Maple Mustard

Honey mustard is a blend of mustard and honey. It is commonly used both on sandwiches, and as a dip for finger foods such as chicken strips. It is also very popularly combined with vinegar and/or olive oil to make a honey vinaigrette salad dressings. Combinations of English mustard with honey or Demerara sugar are popular in […]

Sugarmaker’s Reserve Vanilla Maple Amber

At Hudson-Chatham we never stop thinking about what we can do differently. Whether it’s wine, syrup, or anything else, what else can we do? Syrup was no exception. So we decided to take a batch of Grade A Amber and have a little fun. During the final boil we threw in whole Madagascar vanilla beans. […]

Sugarmaker’s Reserve Dirty Syrup

Dirty Syrup is a trademarked recipe from Hudson-Chatham Sugarmaker’s Reserve. This special edition syrup is made of 47.5% Grade A Syrup; 47.5% Grade B syrup, and 5% local honey. We’ve also added ground cinnamon. We doo this during the final boil of the syrup, and bottle it hot! But why do we call it Dirty Syrup? […]