Vermont is known for many things, like it’s stunning natural landscapes, expanses of forests, ski resorts and trails, and small town-feeling charm. It’s also a producer of some distinctive finds. Explore these goods that come straight out of The Green Mountain State.
If there’s one product Vermont is known for, it has to be maple syrup. These tasty options will bring your waffles, pancakes or french toast to another level.
Tonewood Maple Syrup
By working with two of the oldest sugar bush farms in the Mad River Valley, Tonewood has redefined industry standards for maple syrup. This three-bottle collection represents a range of color and flavor intensity in maple syrups. It’s pure, unblended, free of additives, and makes for a sweet accent to nearly anything you make for breakfast and beyond.
Wood’s Vermont Syrup Company
The Wood family has been making pure maple syrup for five generations. The company has created a new line of specialty flavored maple syrups designed to used in different ways. Bake or grill with them, pour them on ice cream—even add them to cocktails.
Crafted With Care
These products show the true craftsmanship and artisanal spirit that Vermont has come to be known for.
Vermont Rolling Pins
If you want to have perfectly rolled dough, then this is the rolling pin you need. Vermont Rolling Pins start as a block of artisan wood and are then carefully crafted to be balanced, feel sturdy in your hand, and have a smooth assured action on the countertop.
Holdster Rivet with Handle
The classic Mason jar makes a great drinking mug if you can hold it, which becomes a challenge if there’s anything hot in it. The Holdster fits around a 16-ounce wide-mouth to provide protection from heat and to give it a handle. And, just like a baseball glove, it will soften over time as you break it in and make it your own.
Darn Tough Vermont Socks
When was the last time you bought a sock that was guaranteed to last for a lifetime? That’s exactly what Darn Tough Vermont socks are designed to do. With 1,441 stitches per square inch—more than any other sock on the market—these vibrantly colored, form-fitting socks are made to last and look great for years.
A Sweet Finish
While Vermont is known for maple syrup, it also makes legendary caramel. These sweet treats will satisfy any candy craving.
Big Picture Farm Caramel Box Set
These goat milk caramels are made in small batches with milk from a herd free-range goats and other local, organic, and non-GMO ingredients. This set is a blend of the farm’s signature (and distinctively delicious) flavors, like Sea Salt & Vanilla, Chai, Maple Cream and Cocoa Latte.
Fat Toad Farm Caramel Sauces
If candy isn’t your thing, you can try any one of the four luscious caramel sauces included in this box set. It includes Original, Salted Bourbon, Vanilla Bean, and Cinnamon caramel sauces that are all creamy, sweet, and buttery, and the perfect addition to dishes like ice cream and waffles.
You don’t have to be from the Green Mountain State to appreciate the quality of the goods made there. With Made in Vermont goods, you can experience a bit of its traditional craftsmanship and ingenuity at home.