Hosts: The Coutts Family
The Coutts family came to Canada from Scotland in the mid 1800’s. Archibald Coutts first made maple syrup in the late 1800’s. His son George started to make maple syrup in 1920. The family tradition has continued on an annual basis since. It was passed on to Ken & family in the late 1950’s. Ron bought it in 1998 and now his son Nicholas Coutts is involved making it to 5th generation. We will be celebrating 100 consecutive years in year 2020.
This year 2016 we will be celebrating the 200th year of the township and will be offering a special bottle of syrup with the 200th logo on it during the maple weekend tour. These events will be happening first week end of April.
Highlights for Your Visit
- We have a store on our farm and make 18 different products out of our maple
syrup such as, candy, butter, popcorn, lollipops, brittle, sugar etc.
- We also support 21 other local farmers and sell meat, trout, preserves, jams,
homemade meals, honey, baking etc. We are open all year offering fresh local
- Pancake breakfast will be served Saturday April 1st at Bethel United Church from 8:00am-11:00am. This location is beside Coutts Country Flavours store serving Coutts fresh maple syrup. The breakfast consists of pancakes and sausage; $10.00 adults, $5.00 children age 6 to 12 years old and children under age 6 free.
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