Coconut Sugar has a high mineral content. It is a rich source of potassium, magnesium, zinc and iron. In addition to this it contains Vitamin B1, B2, B3 and B6. When compared to brown sugar, Coconut Sugar has twice the iron, four times the magnesium and over 10 times the amount of zinc!
Coconut blossom sugar has calories like any carbohydrate, but due to its relatively low glycemic index (reportedly around 35), it is absorbed into the bloodstream at a much slower rate than refined sugar.
How is Coconut Sugar produced?
Farmers climb the coconut palms and collect the sugar blossom nectar by gently slicing the flower. Once harvested the nectar is transferred into kettles and boiled. The kettle-boiling process lowers the moisture content of the nectar, which enables solidification. Once cooled, the crystallized brick is then granulated.
Once you’ve tasted it, all other sweeteners seem, well, bitter.
33 out of 34 people would recommend this product14/03/2019, By ArunaI really enjoy the taste of this sugar. I add it to my cereals and deserts and the taste is amazing.12/01/2019, By AmyWasn't sure at first but I'm loving using this sugar in baking.09/08/2018, By LindseyExcellent for baking and curbs those sugar cravings!13/07/2018, By ChantelleMy favorite coconut sugar! Love using it in smoothies and simply dipping bananas in it.29/06/2018, By JannekeWas a bit skeptical at first but knew I had to cut down on my sugar intake and decided to give Coconut Sugar a try. I love the taste especially in my tea!07/02/2018, By LeonaLove the taste of this sugar when added to my oats in the morning.16/01/2018, By SamanthaThis is divine. It took a while to get used to the taste because it definitely does not taste like sugar, but I have grown to love it08/11/2017, By TanyaI love the coconut sugar. I have stopped drinking normal sugar and feel much better.17/09/2017, By NewgirlharperIt is okay.....nothing more, nothing less. It is not a 'must have' in my grocery cupboard.31/05/2017, By PauliGeat sugar substitute.06/09/2016, By Tinagreat01/06/2016, By JessicaI love the smell and taste of this sugar. It smells and tastes kind of like caramel to me.
I cannot have sugar for health reasons (it makes my eczema flare up horribly), but this sugar, and raw honey, seem to be just fine with my body :-) I use it mostly in baking with almond flour etc, but also use it in my coffee substitutes and occasionally in tea. I find it very sweet, but maybe that is becuase I cannot have, and have not had, normal sugar for a long time.01/03/2016, By SandraI read the reviews and all the reviews loved this sugar so I thought I would give it a try. Dont know if there is something wrong with the sugar that I got as it smells like burnt cookies and is not sweet at all, I only use one fourth of a teaspoon brown sugar and with this I have to use two teaspoons to get equal sweetness and then it has a horrible taste!17/12/2015, By NikkiIt is surprisingly tasty, love it!29/10/2015, By GEORGIEI love love love this coconut blossom sugar.
I use it for EVERYTHING.. Its especially great in coffee and to use for baking.06/10/2015, By JustinHonestly expected it to be sweeter, but it works well as gram for gram replacement to regular sugar. Gives a mature, smooth taste to coffee that is very enjoyable.16/09/2015, By KerryLove the sugar - lasts long, I just use it as a treat now and again. Lovely caramel taste.12/09/2015, By VerenaJust so very tasty ! What a great alternative to sugar.03/09/2015, By BiancaI love my new sugar!!! Just wish you could get it in 2.5kg bags to last longer. Thanks to all the other reviews on this product otherwise I mightve bought something not bad to replace white sugar.03/09/2015, By ThavashniThis sugar tastes delicious. I have used it in baking and it gives the baked goods and added dimension a yummy caramel flavour. When my kids saw me using it they were skeptical, as in large quantities it does change the colour of the batter/dough/milk. However they absolutely loved the pudding I made using this.30/08/2015, By TracyI love the taste of this sugar, its sweet without the guilt. Lovely added to coffee and tea, delicious in baking and sprinkled over cooked oats.21/08/2015, By ClarindaTastes great, and you can feel the energy boost almost instantly with no crash on the other end. My blood sugar is always stable when I use this. I really love the slightly caramel taste as well.23/06/2015, By KerrynVery Yummy I like it19/06/2015, By RoxaneJust yum14/04/2015, By AbbyThis product is amazing. It is one of the best alternatives to sugar products out in the market. Works well in tea and even better in coffee. It has a rich dark toasted sugar taste. It is just amazing!!10/04/2015, By Chantellgreat alternative, lovely caramel taste! Made coconut milk sago and used it as sweetener, came out great!28/03/2015, By samGives tea and coffee such a lovely flavor. When I have ordinary sugar, I can taste the difference. Im spoiled with this one now.13/12/2014, By Kaeyla. . . but I don find it particularly sweet.10/06/2014, By RobynI love the variety of different natural sweeteners around these days... with coconut sugar being a firm favourite. Delicious on oats and great for a fancier cup of tea.27/05/2014, By JayI really like adding a teaspoon of this to my rooibos tea, it gives it such a nice flavour. I wouldn use this as a sugar substitute though, because I don find it very sweet at all.02/02/2014, By JanetI use this coconut sugar when I want a little sweetness in my tea or coffee. It has a mild caramel flavour and is excellent for baking too.30/10/2013, By MoniqueReally Yummy! Love it to bits and healthier than regular cane sugar. My coffee is much more tasty with this :)28/01/2011, By AlexandraThis is gorgeous. I rarely use sugar, so this feels so healthy when I do feel like sweetness!!
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