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Evaporated cane Juice


Taste Profile

Evaporated cane juice has a sweet flavor with a hint of sugar cane.

Usage Tips

  1. Evaporated cane juice can be substituted for all uses of table sugar like baking and sweetening.
  2. It can be used to sweeten lemonade, tea, coffee & desserts.
  3. It can be sprinkled on top of a sliced grapefruit and broil.
  4. Evaporated cane juice should be stored in a tightly sealed container in a cool, dry place


Evaporated cane juice is a natural sweetener that is made from sugar cane. Since it is not processed as much as table sugar, evaporated cane juice retains most of the nutrients from the sugar. Evaporated cane juice is basically the crystals that are formed when sugar cane juice is left to evaporate. Evaporated cane juice is available in a variety of forms that vary in texture and flavor. Juice made from Milled Cane has small-grained crystals with a golden color and subtle molasses flavor, Demerara has coarser-grained, slightly sticky crystals that feature a noticeable molasses flavor, and Muscovado has very fine crystal sugar that has a very distinctive molasses flavor.

Selection Guide

Choose the form of evaporated cane juice that best suits you. Demerara and muscovado have a deeper molasses flavor than milled cane juice.

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