By special request, we’re sharing our tried, tested and totally addictive recipe for Sapsucker Coffee.
We don’t take sugar in our coffee. For years we were all the black coffee kind of girl, that is, until we discovered Sapsucker. Maple sap is only ever so lightly sweet with the pleasant earthiness of maple syrup. It’s refreshing on it’s own, but when gently heated and paired with your favorite coffee grinds, it makes for an extra special treat. Pair with your favorite milk (we dig the whole milk from Sheldon Creek Dairy) or a shot of barrel aged Canadian whisky. Really depends on the kind of day you’re having!
- 4 tbsp Medium Ground Coffee
- 1 L Sapsucker Maper Water
- Optional: Whole Milk, Canadian Whiskey
- Place grinds in the bottom of your favorite french press.
- Meanwhile, bring the Sapsucker to a gentle simmer over medium heat. You don't want it to boil for too long.
- Pour over coffee grinds and let sit for 2-4 minutes. Plunge fresh press and serve.
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