The Sugar Lab Belgian Brown Rock Sugar – 1 Pound
All Natural Non GMO REAL German Beet Sugar Rock Candy - Teavana Style Coffee Tea Sugar - Perfect Sugar Cube Replacement - Natural "Amber Rock Sugar"
- AUTHENTIC BELGIAN BROWN ROCK SUGAR: Whether you’re looking for personalized gifts for the true sugar lovers in your life or you’re looking for delicious Belgian brown rock sugar, this will sure be a hit!
- DON’T BE FOOLED!: by the amber rock sugar as it is not "Authentic Belgian Brown Rock Beet Sugar" which is much more tasty and sweet. This sugar is the same as sold by Teavana tea shop's before they closed.
- DELICIOUS TASTE: For enhancing beverages such as coffee or tea. Easily dissolves in hot water. Also, perfect for Belgian ales as its completely ferment-able and will maintain the high alcohol content needed without being too sweet.
- TEXTURE: Authentic Belgian Brown Rock Beet Sugar Crystals are a large, faceted form of sweet, crystalline sucrose, most often used as an additive to foods for texture as a garnish for added visual interest. Sweet sugar flavor. Translucent to brown color, due to the natural presence of molasses.
- USES: Brown Rock Crystal Sugar is also commonly used for candy, desserts, or to any main dish.
Release Date: 01-02-2021
Details: This all natural rock sugar is gluten-free, Kosher and non GMO.
Authentic Belgian Brown Rock Tea Sugar Crystals are a large, faceted form of sweet, crystalline sucrose, most often used as an additive to foods for texture as a garnish for added visual interest.
Sweet sugar flavor. Translucent to brown color, due to the natural presence of molasses.
Same as Teavana rock sugar AKA Teavana Beet Sugar. Brown Rock Sugar Crystals are formed through a crystallization process whereby water is saturated with sugar and then agitated during the dissolving process. These granules combine to form into small rocks, perfect for adding visual interest to confections or using on the table for coffee or tea. Sugar is derived mostly from sugarcane and sugar beets. It was known to the ancient Greeks and Romans, and present in Europe as early as the 1st century CE. Processed sugar remained a luxury food well into the 19th century. The British dominated the sugar industry and were driven to many tropical countries and the Americas where sugarcane plantations became a major overseas commodity, introducing the trade triangle that intensified slave trade. In 1801, the first European beet sugar factory was established, making domestic production popular and accessible to the masses and inevitably making sugar a household staple. Today, roughly 70% of sugar is derived from sugar cane in tropical countries and 30% is derived from beets, mainly in Europe and North America.
Package Dimensions: 8.4 x 3.2 x 3.0 inches