Photos from my travels near and far from home
... And it's cheaper now! :-)
Cheaper than here:)
There's only one Canadian syrup and it's called Canadian Club or CC. :*)
I’m with Andy...add Canadian Mist to the list. Canadian syrup in Berlin is a real eye-catcher. GReat sign. genie
And such a cheap price!
I guess Canada really is famous for it's maple leaf...er... syrup. :)
That would be rather unexpected. The price isn't too bad, either. Re the profile pic: Yup! That's me and Lois Anne, and known as Clark and Carole. :-) Hey, ask a silly question...
Judging by all those bottles, I'm curious if Canada has any other tree besides maple?! (kidding)Anyway, a little bit of your home away from home. ;-)My sign entry is here: Signs
the world is definitely getting smaller everyday.:p products from Canada, US and from all over are now available in the neighborhood supermarket.
Over the decades I have often brought back a bottle of maple syrup when I visited Canada. As Luna sid, these days it's more readily available in Asian stores.
pretty displaya bit of home :)
ooh, and they just have to say 'Canadian syrup' and we know what they mean.
did you buy some? how did it taste? - it is rather cheap!
@Lesley - I actually don't care for syrup. But I was just taking a closer look and the Germans have translated the flavours as "blueberry" and "butter maple". I think they were going by the pictures on the bottles more than what they actually said as the real flavors should be "maple" and "cranberry"!
Go look for some Belgian waffles...
I would like to taste it!I like the sign and the words "La vie en rose"hugsLéia
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