Maple Syrup is one of the Tree Saps in Stardew Valley that can be produced from a Tapper. Maple Syrup cannot be consumed but is used in a few useful recipes, such as the Maple Bar doughnut and Bee House. Players can also use Maple Syrup in the Community Center’s Chef’s Bundle and Exotic Foraging Bundle in the Crafts Room. It takes about 9 in-game days for Maple Syrup to generate from Tapper, but in Stardew Valley 1.5, players are able to produce the syrup twice as fast with the Heavy Tapper. Continue reading to learn more about how to make Maple Syrup in Stardew Valley.
How to Make Maple Syrup in Stardew Valley
To make Maple Syrup in Stardew Valley, players need to craft a Tapper, which requires 40x Wood and 2x Copper Bars. To craft Tappers, players must reach Level 3 in Foraging. Once a Tapper has been crafted, attach it to a tree to receive 1x Maple Syrup after 9 days.
Copper Bars are made by smelting 5x Copper Ore within a Furnace for 30 in-game minutes, and one coal is needed to fuel the smelting process. Players can usually find Copper Ore between Floors 2-39 in Stardew Valley’s Mines.
Once players have completed the Community Center and fixed Willy’s boat, they can travel to Ginger Island. Players can collect 100x Golden Walnuts on the island to meet Mr. Qi, who will exchange a Heavy Tapper for 20x Qi Gems. With the Heavy Tapper, players can produce Maple Syrup at twice the rate. To craft a Heavy Tapper, players will need 30x Hardwood and 1x Radioactive Bar.
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