We tried 7 brands of maple syrup and had a clear favorite


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We sampled seven brands of maple syrup to find out which one tastes the best.
The brands we tried were Aunt Jemima, Mrs. Butterworth’s, Hungry Jack, Log Cabin, Super A, 365 Everyday Value, and Trader Joe’s.
365 Everyday Value, and Trader Joe’s were the only two syrups that were actually maple syrup.
Hungry Jack won in the non-maple syrup category and 376 Everyday Value won in the maple syrup category.

No pancake or waffle breakfast is complete without a hearty helping of maple syrup drizzled on top.

While we’ve already provided you with a guide to the best boxed pancake mix, we’re now helping you pick the tastiest syrup as part of an ongoing INSIDER taste test series.

The brands we sampled were:

Aunt Jemima
Mrs. Butterworth’s
Log Cabin
Hungry Jack
Super A
Trader Joe’s
365 Everyday Value

Trader Joe’s and 365 Everyday Value were the only syrups we tried that were actually maple syrup. The five others are labeled simply as syrup, something that we kept in mind during our tasting.

Keep scrolling to read our thoughts.

We bought all seven syrups at grocery stores in New York City, spending anywhere from $2.69 to $7.99 per bottle.

To avoid sipping syrup straight from the bottle, we decided to sample the syrups with Eggo waffles — the ideal combo.

We started with a classic: Aunt Jemima’s. This syrup was fairly standard. It was sweet, but didn’t have a strong maple flavor.

Aunt Jemima’s consistency fell squarely into the middle — it was neither overly thin nor thick.

Price: $5.99

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