pristine water from vermont’s maple trees
Do you know where your bottled water comes from? as in, exactly where? which state? what town? Probably not.
Well, now you can buy water and know exactly where it comes from – the organic maple trees on Branon’s West View Maples. Yes, you read correctly – water from maple trees. Here’s where is gets even cooler.
These maple trees are tapped for their sap to make maple syrup. In the process the sap, which is what is used to make maple syrup, gets separated from the tree water. Up until now, sugar makers have been discarding this water. What a brilliant idea? Save that tree water, sell it and give the maple syrup makers another source of revenue.
And don’t worry, the water has been through a couple filters and a reverse osmosis machine before getting bottled. RIght now there are three flavors:
At 10 calories and 5 grams of sugar a serving, this tree water is a great made in Vermont alternative to other bottled waters. Look for a new carbonated line called Vermont Tapped coming soon.
We think this is a win win win. A win for the maple sugar makers, a win for water drinkers and a win for Vermont.
Learn more about the Tretap story here or, better get, buy a bottle at the stores listed here.