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
67 Reviews
  1. If you haven’t tried this you don’t know what you are missing. I used maple untapped for all of my training and races. I don’t get a an upset stomach when taking a maple syrup gel unlike some other non natural sports gels.

    Derek Benson

  2. As a Type 1 diabetic it is important to carry handy quickly accessible carbs. It’s a struggle to find something nonperishable and packable yet not loaded with artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. These little packs are close to perfect. That being said, they would be even better if Untapped would make them available with the dark robust maple syrup!


  3. Love, love, love this product. I carry these packs around in my backpack to use in my coffee and anything else I want to add sugar too. I have to say “these are a few of my favorite things.”


  4. If you’re looking for log cabin syrup you’re going to have to look elsewhere. This is pure maple syrup and it’s delicious. My family makes maple syrup and everytime I open an Untapped pouch it brings me back to the sugarbush where we make our maple syrup. It’s also such a simple fuel, not only to digest but to give you the carbs you need for your exercise. I’ll be keeping some on my for all my bike rides, and extras to share with friends.

    Michael Bush

  5. easy to cary on my bicycle ride. it has just enough kick to keep going another hour on my rides. Best is it’s easy to digest, and its a very natural product.


  6. I’m trying out Untapped for long distance running and so far so good. For a long run I alternate the classic Untapped Maple Syrup with the Coffee version; the caffeine in the coffee adds a little more energy to my pace. I ran a lot of marathons last fall and struggled with proper fueling and so far Untapped has kept my stomach settled while needing less water to wash it down than does conventional gels and chews.

    Joe Drake

  7. This stuff is amazing!!

    I recommend it to everyone I know.

    Actually got to take a picture with Ted King this past weekend. Super cool guy!


  8. Switched from other gels to Untapped Maple because of the antioxidant benefits.


  9. YUM!
    Best tasting sports energy pack EVER! Really.

    Nothing gives me a better boost in the final push of a long ride than a blast of maple happiness. It tastes so good that I get an instant boost of energy just because I like it so much.

    Lower glycemic , all natural and thus easy on the stomach, oh and I did I say it tastes great?

    Kurt Zwally

  10. Finally!!
    Finally found what I’ve been looking for all these years! Untapped is hands down better than the gels that have a bunch of weird crap in it, and is just pure maple syrup. So much easier on the gut and just tastes amazing! I’m officially hooked!

    Lou Therien


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