Coconut blossom sugar
The sugar looks similar to brown cane sugar, yet in flavour it resembles caramel and malt. Produced in Indonesia by small family farms, this coconut blossom sugar is sourced from the flower – bud sap of coconut palms and makes for a less sweet alternative to conventional sugar. Try sprinkling it on to your breakfast yogurt.
Coconut flower sugar has a very distinct savoury, caramelly taste and adds a density, depth and body to any dish. Simply swap a part of the normal sugar you would use in a recipe for coconut flower sugar, for example on banana bread, crêpe or pancake batter, caramell or use it to season hearty dishes to taste.