Indigenous people have been harvesting sap from maple trees for generations, and its healing, nourishing powers have been cherished by First Nations Peoples through the centuries. Share in this tradition—with a twist—with Wabanaki ‘s signature barrel-aged maple syrup flavoured with bourbon, whiskey or toasted oak. Discover a piece of history and enjoy a taste of the Negotkuk (Tobique First Nation) Culture in every bottle.
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Wabanaki Maple379 Route 390 Tobique First Nation
Perth, New Brunswick, E7H4M9
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