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Vermont Maple Leaf Candy

100% Pure Vermont Maple, With a Delicate, Sweet Taste

Vermont Maple Leaf Candy

100% Pure Vermont Maple, With a Delicate, Sweet Taste

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These lovely little leaves are made from 100% pure Vermont maple. How do we make maple candy? We heat maple sap past the syrup stage. The sweetness just intensifies as it concentrates. At the crystalline stage, it is whipped then poured into a mold to become maple candy.

  • Maple leaf candy will satisfy maple lovers on your gift list
  • 40 maple candies in a 12 oz. gift box
  • Maple candy has been enjoyed by Vermonters for generations

Discover the flavor of Vermont even if you can't visit our Green Mountain State. The Vermont Country store will deliver directly to your door. Only real Vermont maple is used to make our maple candy.

Vermont Maple Leaf Candy


Maple Syrup Boiled Down to Sugar.


Shelf Life: 1 year

Nutritional ItemQuantity% of Daily
Serving Size=5 pieces (42g)
Servings per Container=8
Total Fat0g0%
Trans fat0g
Total Carbohydrate28g9%
Based on a 2,000 Calorie Diet

Manufactured In: USA - Vermont

Material - Country Of Origin: USA - Vermont

Vermont Maple Leaf Candy 4.8 5 94 95
Into da kitchen and into all da mouths I work in a library, with a staff of 8 and my staff of 20 volunteers. I took one of the boxes of Vermont Maple Leaf Candy to the library. It's a good thing there are so many pieces of that yummy candy, because the next day, they were all gone. Lots of happy campers there. March 16, 2015
Memories Melt In My Mouth When I was a child, my mother would buy me a small box of these to cheer me up. Mum passed over three years ago and I since discovered them from the Vermont Country Store! The vintage looking box they came in, as well as the pure taste makes me think of nothing but great memories all the way around. Thanks Vermont Country store! March 16, 2015
Sweet sister surprise This is my sister's favorite candy. I like to giver her a box every Christmas. She stores it in her refrigerator and tries to make it last all year! It is amazingly smooth and wonderful. January 12, 2015
vermont maple leafs I enjoy the candies- nibble on each piece as I eat it bit by bit. January 6, 2015
Yum! My sending the Vermont Maple Leaf Candy to my children at Christmastime has become a family tradition. I started this many years ago and to quote my daughter, "the love she feels when the box of Vermont Maple Leaf Candy arrives fills her heart with memories of Christmases long past". January 5, 2015
My youngest daughter who is now 21 loves this candy and I was going to... My youngest daughter who is now 21 loves this candy and I was going to give this to her as a stocking stuffer but when I received the box, the candy seemed old and hard as a rock. I have never seen nor tasted maple candy this poor. I was very disappointed and didn't give this to my daughter. January 5, 2015
Best I've ever had ! Had not tasted maple sugar candy for some half a century until a couple of years ago from Vermont Country Store. Albuquerque, NM January 5, 2015
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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Vermont Maple Leaf Candy …

"I love the pure sugar maple candy due to the fact I had family living in Morrisville, VT, and every summer I would never leave without getting my fix of maple candy men, women, and all shapes. I would even get maple butter. However, I have not been back for years so there have been times I have craved these things and had to ask family to send them to me. i really miss these and wish I could get them again. I always remember this as the best part of my summer to me." - julianne petroulis, newark, DE

"This is the most delicious candy I have ever put in my mouth! It melts in your mouth! We eat it very sparingly around Christmas time so that it will last awhile. Also the flavor is so satisfying you can only eat one or two pieces at a time. I first had it when I went to Vermont with my parents when I was 18. (I am 68 now!) We toured the factory where it was made and bought a small package. I have always wanted more and couldn't find it until I saw it in the Vermont Country Store Catalog last Fall. I can't wait to receive it this year." - Anne Robison, Huntsville, AL

"I grew up in northern Iowa, but my Mother's family was all Ohio-born. In the fall every year, my grandfather would mail a crate of several gallons of Maple Sryup to us for waffles, pancakes, etc. On Sunday nights, for a special treat, Mother would boil a kettle of the syrup to a certain stage. Unfortunately I never knew that temperature. Next she would fill a cereal bowl of the syrup for each of us. We would then stir the syrup with a teaspoon until it became solid. We could eat as much of our portion as we wished and then, with a toothpick, we scratched out initials across what was left. When we came home from school on Monday, that special sugared Maple Sugar treat awaited us. Your Maple Leaf candy reminds me of those precious memories. Thank you. Mary Jane" - Mary Jane Cox Campbell, Edina, MN

"One bite of your maple leaf candy and I remember... Our town park in upstate N.Y. had hundreds of sugar maples. In the early spring the trees were tapped, and their sap was collected in buckets. Before dawn on the following Saturday, fires were built in the dozens of stone fireplaces throughout the park. The sap was boiled and stirred. Most of it became syrup. Some was further simmered until it was thicker. Wooden spoonfuls and even stick-fulls were drizzled in intricate patterns onto the snow. It looked like syrup, but it had become maple lace hard candy. Finally, late in the day, the last kettles produced maple sugar. It had the most subtle flavor. The sugar crystals melted almost before they touched your tongue. It was a glorious day for children. We waited eagerly for it every year." - Caroline, Union City, CA

"Paul B. repeated third grade, and I guess he had a crush on me, because he would bring me a maple sugar leaf candy every day after lunch recess. We were allowed to go to the corner store and buy penny candy (cost: $.01!!!!!), and he shared his with me." - Barbara VanAusdall, Mascoutah, IL

"The first time I ever had maple leaf candy was when my Sunday school teacher gave each of us a box for Christmas. I loved the sweet taste. These candies bring back many memories." - Sharon Sheehan, Roselle, IL

"My first serious boyfriend (I was 16) used to bring maple leaf candy to me when he would pick me up for a date. His mother had a candy store, and all of the candies were handmade. I always remember my first love when I see or taste this candy; it will always have a special place in my heart and memories. Thank you for keeping romance alive with your special candy." - Janet De Venuto, Princeton, NJ

"During WWII, my grandmother would send "care" packages to my father (a soldier in GE). Among the items was maple sugar candy. I had a taste and that was it. After the war my family needed to have some time away from a wiry, active boy of eight and sent me to summer camp somewhere around Sebago Lake. After many tip-overs trying to get into canoes, I was left alone in a large kitchen. I tried to be good, but the box of maple sugar candy on the top shelf of a very tall storage unit was no match for my climbing ability. I ate the whole box and my family was called to take me home -- now! Not very nice of me, but today I even share. My wife is especially fond of them. I act like I have already eaten one so she can have more." - Thomas Brackett, Largo, FL

"These maple leaf candies are always fresh, unlike the dried-out ones you find in stores. They are soft and melt in your mouth. Eating only one a day, nibbling it slowly and savoring the rich taste, really satisfies my craving for sweets better than any number of cookies!" - Jodi, Fremont, CA

"Every time I go to Vermont with my family, a few things happen: It rains, we go to The Vermont Country Store and spend over an hour inside, and I always get Maple Leaf Candy! I have since moved out of state to start my own family, and the only thing I want for Christmas is these candies! (Also Maple Syrup and Vermont Cheese.) Because they would really make me feel like I'm with my family again on those fun, rainy, summer days!" - Monique LeCount, Ogden, UT

"My dad bought two boxes every year, one for Christmas and one for my birthday (the 26th), for about six years now. I lost Dad to cancer in January, so I hope my husband carries on the tradition. Thank you for a wonderful memory!" - jamie davis, boardman, OH

"The first time I ever had maple leaf candy was when my Sunday school teacher gave each of us a box for Christmas. I loved the sweet taste. These candies bring back many memories." - Sharon Sheehan, Roselle, IL

"My mother was from South Portland, Maine. Her family would send us crates of maple syrup and wonderful sweet maple candies to California. I've never been to Maine or any of the of the eastern states, but I do love the maple goodies! These candies are always soft and never hard and dry." - Heidi Morrison, Vacaville, CA

"Mom, always without fail, would bring home maple candy after meeting friends for lunch at a tea room in Geneva, IL. That was 40 years ago. My dear sweet mother's health has been failing, and she is now residing with us. I can't tell you how much it meant to be able to share maple candy with her once again and see the twinkle of fond memories light up her eyes. Thank you for offering such a special, wonderful treat!!" - Connie, Baltimore, MD

"I first tried these candies at an apple orchard we used to ride our bikes to as kids. I think they were 12 cents for the large maple leaf. I would try to just eat a little and save the rest for later, but that was nearly impossible. They also had hard maple candy lolipops, which I would love to find again. Wonderful." - Cheryl, Wakefield, RI