We visited the Erabliere Chemin du Roy as a special group, where we were treated to an excellent time! Great food, entertainment and an invitation to interact. They brought out a basket of 'musical spoons' and the fiddler taught us some basic rhythms to play. He then fiddled and we all clacked away -- it was a blast!
We also learned about the industry itself, which is fascinating. We learned that Québec produces over 85 percent of the world's maple syrup, which equals 93 percent of the Canadian production. (Source: Québec Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food). I had no idea it was the prevalent in QC with many more producers than I would have guessed.
If you've never done the 'maple taffy' on the snow, I think it's one of those simplely must-do Canadian-experience. The location was very convenient from Quebec City.
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