Maple Water

Refreshing and Natural

The maple tree owes its life, growth, and self-preservation to its sap, the maple water that flows within, carrying 46 essential nutrients to every extremity. Even better for humans, it contains only 8 g of carbohydrates and 35 calories per 375ml serving!


It’s such a pleasure to drink, too. Sweet and delicate, cold maple water tastes so good. You can cook with maple water as well: mix it in, simmer or poach in it, soak or flavour with it! Chefs and bakers love its fine palate, subtle aroma, and light sweetness.

NAPSI Certification
Maple Water from Québec has its own standards certification. NAPSI was implemented by the maple producers’ association, the Quebec Maple Syrup Producers, to ensure their product’s authenticity and quality. When they see this seal, consumers know they will be drinking fresh, crystal-clear maple water, the very same sap that flows through the tree. NAPSI is an acronym that captures the best qualities for which Maple Water from Québec is known:

  • Natural
  • Authentic, the way Nature provides it from the tree
  • Pure, with no added agents or ingredients
  • Sterile, devoid of all microorganisms
  • Integral, as it is whole and unrefined

Find out more at napsi.ca.

Where to Find Maple Water
Look for maple water in grocery stores all year round. It’s collected from the trees in springtime, sterilized, and sealed in Tetra Pak® containers. It requires no refrigeration before opening and keeps for more than 18 months at room temperature. That’s why you can enjoy maple water any time of the year!

Maple Water Beverages
Maple water is delicious on its own, but it makes magic paired with fruit. When out shopping, you’ll likely see different brands of maple drinks flavoured with berries and fruits such as lemon.

Cooking with Maple Water

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Maple Syrup

There are four classifications of maple syrup, graded according to colour and taste.

Maple Flakes

Maple flakes are created by freeze-drying (dehydrating) maple syrup. Use maple flakes to liven up cocktails, desserts, breading and spice mixes.

Speciality Products

Vinaigrettes, vinegars, mustards and jellies are just a few of the local specialty products made even more delicious with maple syrup. For sweet and savoury applications alike.

A source of natural energy

Maple syrup is a natural source of energy. Check out our recipes for food and drinks before, during, and after exercise.