Pure, organic birch syrup is Alaska Wild Harvest’s signature product. Birch syrup is made from harvesting and evaporating the sap of the birch tree to syrup in a three-week spring harvest. It is a similar process to maple but requires over 100 gallons of sap to make 1 gallon of birch syrup, whereas maple averages 40 gallons of sap to 1 gallon of syrup. Production is very limited – less than 4,000 gallons are produces worldwide, most of them right here in Alaska. Alaska Birch syrup has a unique, spicy-sweet flavor that is delicious alone and complements many foods.