Maple UnTapped


Pure maple syrup. All natural energy. It’s ready to go wherever you go.

$10.95$36.95 or from $9.31$31.41 / month for 3 months

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Here it is. Pure maple syrup. All natural energy. It’s ready to go wherever you go. The perfect alternative to traditional, gooey, sticky, gels. Maple Syrup is water-soluble and has the macronutrients you are looking for in sports nutrition, naturally occurring. No more licking that chemical-laden, peanut butter like substance from the roof of your mouth.

  • Low Glycemic
  • Pure Maple Syrup
  • Single Ingredient
Weight 0.094 lbs
Dimensions 6.5 × 1.25 × 0.25 in
Highlighted Features

Low Glycemic, Pure Maple Syrup, Single Ingredient

Organic Pure Vermont Maple Syrup
Nutrition Facts Servings: 1 Serving Size: 1 Packet (38g), Amount per serving: Calories 100, Total Fat 0g (0% DV), Sodium 5mg (0% DV), Total Carb. 26g (9% DV), Total Sugars 25g (50% DV),  Protein 0g ( 0% DV), Calcium 39mg (2% DV), Iron 0.2mg (1% DV), Potassium 82mg ( 2% DV), Thiamin (2% DV), Riboflavin (15% DV), Magnesium (2% DV), Zinc (6% DV), Manganese (35% DV)


5.0 out of 5
66 Reviews
  1. Maple gel
    I look forward to my longer runs because I love the maple syrup fuel. So yummy

    Andrea Robinson

  2. Maple syrup
    Delicious pick me up for my long workouts.

    Don Shea

  3. An athlete that can’t live without
    My mom sent me a couple of these a few years back after one of her trips to Vermont and I’ve been hooked ever since. I had been using them on hikes, usually about halfway through when I’d need an extra boost of energy. Now I use them on my longer runs too. Such a treat! The taste is amazing of course and it’s just a nice energy boost that is all natural. I don’t like buying products that I don’t understand the ingredients so this product is perfect for me! I am so thankful for this product. Love the new packaging!!


  4. Where have you been my whole life?
    My go to fuel on all of my long gravel bike rides. Easy on my stomach and just natural maple syrup make it go down smooth, unlike some of those other thick, nasty gels I had been using.

    Michael McGee

  5. A great fuel source for my gravel rides
    Of course it would be nice to have some pancakes or waffles along for this product but in a pinch the Untapped maple syrup is a great energy source while on the bike. Easy to open, easy to consume with no tummy issues.

    Still, it would be nice to have some pancakes to go with the syrup!

    David Smith

  6. Untapped Maple Syrup
    I’ve been a road cycling guy for years. Tried probably every gel on the market always trying to more and more natural. Just started using Untapped and its great! Works really well, tastes great and NO stomach issues! Definitely try it out if you’re looking for all natural fuel. This is it!

    Troy A

  7. Maple fuel
    Oh my. Might be the best thing ever. I don’t mind regular gels but discovery maple syrup as a gel might have been the absolute best thing to happen to this runner. So yummy

    Andrea Robinson

  8. Amazing Product!
    Now I look forward to riding even more knowing that I get to have this on my rides! Not a big fan of the new packaging, but I am able to make it work.


  9. Highly recommended
    The perfect fuel for my long runs. I really like maple syrup anyway, and this slips down easily even when a I’m tired and doesn’t leave a nasty aftertaste or give me stomach issues.


  10. Great for fuel on runs
    I tried many products for fuel (gels and chews), and prefer Untapped syrup. First of all, I love the taste. I never use pancake syrup but only real maple syrup at breakfast, but it was hard to carry maple syrup on runs until Untapped offered it. Also, I don’t need to drink water with it so it works simultaneously as fuel and hydration. The syrup works well in all weather patterns from winter to summer. The syrup doesn’t get thick in the cold winter months like other gels . In the summer, if the syrup warms up a bit, I don’t mind because it reminds me of warm syrup over waffles. Therefore, Untapped is the fuel I use on my long runs.

    Diane Kinney


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