Roth Sugar Bush tapped its first tree in 1956. What was a small operation on the family farm, today has grown into one of Wisconsin's leading packers of pure maple products. Located in Cadott, Wisconsin, Roth SugarBush produces quality maple products following the most up-to-date techniques for tapping sugar maple trees, gathering and hauling the sap, and processing the syrup into the final product. Distribution of Roth Sugar Bush products in Wisconsin and out-of-state is prompt, and quality is always ensured.
Maple syrup is made predominantly in southeastern Canada and states directly south and west of that region extending through Minnesota. The state of Wisconsin has a tremendous stand of genuine sugar maple trees, now adopted as the official state tree. Maple syrup has much nutritional value and is a "natural" food. Roth Sugar Bush is the largest supplier of Pure Wisconsin Maple Syrup.