Coombs Family Farms Pure Organic Grade A Maple Syrup, Amber Color, Rich Taste, 32-Ounce

US Grade A in a BPA Free Plastic Jug Certified organic by QAI Certified Kosher No artificial flavors, preservatives or dyes Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

Quick facts

  • US Grade A in a BPA Free Plastic Jug
  • Certified organic by QAI
  • Certified Kosher
  • No artificial flavors, preservatives or dyes
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

Top reviews

Very thin Maple syrup..

VERY THIN syrup and not at all the quality I was expecting. I would not recommend this product to anyone.
VeronaRaymond, SD

Dee-licious!

I previously purchased Grade A without thinking about it. Once I got this product (Grade B) I was back on track with flavor and color. I like the deeper, richer, more mapely taste of Grade B and this particular syrup is tops with me!
SantosDryfork, WV

Excellent Syrup – !00% Pure, Natural, & Organic! As Maple Syrup Should Be!

Seeing as there was an unfortunate negative review left by an unknowing person, I felt compelled to not only respond to his review directly, but to balance it out by leaving a review of my very own. I’m also bored at work, so it gives me something to do. LOL.

I love real maple syrup, and I’ve tried most major brands, as well as many smaller, local brands (I live in the northeast). The taste and consistency of Coombs is perfect and in line with all high quality maple syrups. This is how the real deal tastes and feels. I prefer a deep, rich maple flavor, so I keep a bottle of dark amber on hand at all times. If I’m feeling particularly sassy, or a frigid winter morning is threatening to keep me from work, I will actually use a dark grade B syrup. Generally speaking, that’s reserved for cooking, but I love the robust, often complex taste and structure. It can become a transformative experience – I imagine the old growth forest that gently watched over the land for generations before, and who will continue its watchful eye for generations yet to come, and I find myself reconnecting with something much greater than myself. It is humbling and deliciously wonderful to be brought to my knees by the enormity of it. Who knew pancakes could elicit such a deep introspection. Pippa’s pancake philosophy – It could revolutionize the world! It truly baffles me that the darker ambers are considered “sub-par” or of generally lesser quality. But hey… that’s just me, I suppose. If you want milder flavor, go for a medium amber. If you just want a sweet coating for your pancakes, go for the light amber…. and never come to the northeast. LOL – just kidding (sort of).

If you find yourself balking at the taste and/or consistency, I suspect that you are overly accustomed to the cheap crap you find in a general grocer’s aisles. They add a bunch of nasty chemicals, fillers, and thickeners to their products. Or worse, as is the case with such brands as Aunt Jemima’s and Mrs. Butterworths, there is ZERO actual maple syrup in the “formula.” That is not an exaggeration. Look at the ingredient list and you will see it’s basically high fructose corn syrup with a synthetic “maple” flavor.

It’s a disservice to the Amazon rating system when people give a good product a one-star rating simply because they do not know any better – don’t get me started on the troglodytes who stammer on about nonsensical bull-shite that has nothing to do with the product or its inherent quality, or lack thereof. Although, in all honesty, it’s far more disconcerting that Americans have become so disconnected from their food that they react negatively when offered the real thing. But I digress – that diatribe is best saved for another time.

Overall, this syrup is some of the best around. And the price is pretty decent, esp. if you use the “Subscribe and Save” option. You’d be hard pressed to find a better deal in the store, and Coombs is probably the best offering here on Amazon.

HermilaBronaugh, MO

Best Tasting Maple Syrup Ever

I have never been a big fan of maple syrup but I set up an Amazon subscribe and save subscription for this product because everyone else in my family loves maple syrup and I wanted to get an organic product since we go through it so fast. Also, my husband kept complaining that the maple syrup I was buying at Costco just wasn’t all that great. You can imagine my surprise when I tasted this maple syrup and discovered how amazingly good it is. I never used to put syrup on my pancakes but now I want to make pancakes simply so I can eat some of this syrup. It is that good. I highly recommend this product.
CristopherMarceline, MO

The REAL Maple Syrup

I have had products from the Coombs farm in my pantry for years. This is what Maple Syrup tastes like. This is the best Maple syrup I know of. I use the Grade B for cooking (it has a stronger flavor that withstands cooking) – everything from breads to cookies and glazes.

This Grade A syrup is wonderful with anything, but I love just a tsp or two with real oatmeal. I hear that some people make "Mapletinis" out of this syrup and vodka, but I can’t say that I have tried one.

RaymondeTrimble, OH

Maple Syrup

We love the real thing and this meets all our expectations. Price is right and great product! Will buy more.
AyeshaNew Haven, VT

Real Maple Syrup Can’t be Beat!

We try to keep our diet organic as best we can. This is one of the few organic maple syrups that I could find. Luckily, it is also one of the best tasting. For those who are still unaware that there is a HUGH difference between maple syrup and the “maple flavored” sugar c**p that lines the grocery store shelves, you owe it to yourself to try genuine maple syrup. To those who already appreciate maple syrup I highly recommend Coomb’s.
JamieHowell, UT

Yum!

We use this for pancakes and waffles every morning and it is absolutely delicious! If you are looking for real maple syrup instead of an artificially flavored table syrup, this is the way to go. I tried Highland Sugarworks Pure Organic Grade A Dark Amber Maple Syrup, 32-Ounce Jug but found that the Coombs Family brand has a smoother, more maple-y taste. This Grade A Dark Amber provides a flavor similar to a table syrup, without the artificial chemically taste associated with those. If you are considering a maple syrup for baking or just like a stronger flavor, I would go with a Grade B.
MadisonJacobs, KY