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Muscovado Organic Raw Sugar (Nuggets), Philippines

This stunningly delicious organic sugar from the Philippines is not just great in coffee, it is perfect for candy-making and recipes where the sugar melts, when you use these "Nuggets". When we sift the sugar for the granulated product, these "nuggets" remain, which are just pieces too large to go through the screen.

The nuggets has a slightly darker flavor, more of a molasses or brown sugar tone, and are really addictive in taste! Please buy them so we can stop consuming them ourselves. Once you start, you can't stop. Or at least... we can't!

Buying the nuggets in these 10-pound bags saves you 70% on what might possibly be the world's best-tasting organic sugar from cane.

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  1. 5 Star Review Wow-fully Delicious

    Wow! Wow! Wow! This is good good good crunchy sugar bits. I can hardly resist pinching a bite of this moderate sweetness.
    I made homemade blueberries muffins and sprinkled a half teaspoon over each muffins before baking.. It baked beautifully and was so delicious with a cup of Len's fresh roasted coffee beans :)

    Posted by on Sep 2nd 2017

  2. 4 Star Review Delightful Replacement

    Nice alternative to white sugar, I add this to my brew basket when brewing coffee. Sweetens but not overly, takes some of the bite out of stronger coffee products. Highly recommended sugar replacement.

    Posted by on Jun 25th 2017

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