Wisconsin Hickory Syrup, LLC

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Hickory Syrup


Wisconsin Hickory Products, Inc. is delighted to announce two of our products recently won awards at the 2018 Wisconsin State Fair! At the Something Special From Wisconsin Eats & Treats Competition, our choice, hand-shelled Wisconsin Hickory Nuts finished 2nd and our unique, creamy Wisconsin Hickory Fudge garnered 
a 1st Place in the Sweets Category! 

We hosted a tasting booth with samples of our three top selling items - Hickory Nuts, our Wisconsin Hickory Fudge, and our flagship product, Wisconsin Hickory Syrup. The crowd was eager to taste our unique items and our booth passed out over 1,000 samples!

At the conclusion of the Eats & Treats Competition, out of all the category winners, our Wisconsin Hickory Fudge was chosen Best of Show! We are absolutely thrilled and invite everyone to try our unique Wisconsin Hickory Fudge. Orders are taken either through our website or by contacting us via email at: orders@wisconsinhickorysyrup.com.

Wisconsin Hickory Syrup produces the finest 

all-natural Hickory Syrup in Wisconsin.

The Hickory is grown, harvested and processed locally.

No preservatives: Fat Free, Sodium Free, Cholesterol Free.

Used for traditional syrup applications - pancakes, waffles, sausages - but also adds flair to baked ham, pork and chicken.

See our Recipe Page for more ideas!

Wisconsin Hickory Syrup was awarded Blue Ribbons at the 
2013 - 2016 Green Lake County Fair
and it won "Best of Show" in '14, '15 & '16!
Wisconsin Hickory Products

This rare, all-natural syrup is painstakingly made from local

hickory trees here in central Wisconsin.
The word Hickory is derived from the Virginia Algonquin Indian's word "pawcohiccora", a term for a ground meal made from the nuts. The early Virginia colonists quickly learned the value of the Hickory from the local Native Americans and used hickory tree wood smoke to flavor, cure, and preserve meats in the famous smokehouses of Virginia. 
The Shagbark Hickory (‘carya ovata’) is a large deciduous tree that reaches over 100 feet in height and can live for 200 years. Though the trees are seldom grown commercially, their nuts are edible and are championed by those who know the taste personally. It is also a favorite of the local fauna as squirrels, chipmunks, turkeys, black bears, foxes, rabbits, mice, wood ducks and mallards all compete for the flavorful nut! In the early 1800's settlers relied heavily on the hickory to supply strong wood for crates, barrel hoops, wagon wheels, tool handles, furniture and wood for fuel. Hickory was so widely known for it's toughness and strength that the 7th President, Andrew Jackson, was nicknamed "Old Hickory"
for his similar traits!