The Hawaiian Islands make up the United States fourth smallest state. The islands are the tops of volcanic mountains, some still active. Because of the rugged terrain and the nature of the soils, only certain low lands near coasts are tillable. The remaining land is in forest, pasture, and conservation use, or otherwise unusable.
Consequently, Hawaii's sugar companies were all located along the coastlines of the four largest islands and reach into the foothills and upward along mountain slopes. The islands of Oahu and Hawaii saw their final sugarcane harvests in 1996. Today, sugarcane is grown on about 70,000 acres on Kauai and Maui yielding some 340,000 tons of raw sugar.
Liquid cane sugar is carefully crafted to sweeten premium coffees and teas. It complements your beverage without overwhelming it. Its sweet cane sugar taste inhabits the tip of your tongue — not the bottom of your glass.
Flavor profile: A clean, sweet taste that inhabits only the tip of your tongue. Its pleasant temperament can only be derived from pure sugar cane and purified water.
Recommended uses: Iced tea. Hot tea. Iced coffee. Hot coffee. Cappuccinos. Lattes. Espresso. Lemonade. Cocktails. Baking. Cereals. Yogurt. Over fruit. Anytime you would use a granulated “white” sugar.
Net wt 16 oz (1 lb) (456 g)