What Grows Together Goes Together
Our USDA Certified Organic unrefined cane sugar from Colombia, otherwise known as ‘panela’,
is sourced in the same region where your Colombia Arabica beans are grown.
1Lb Retail Bag
Hand Cut, Hand Kettled, Hand Crafted
- " I can speak to the quality of the taste, texture, and aroma of the sugar. When I opened the bag, it smelled like malty brown sugar and there was a sense of it smelling "fresh." I think that is because it lacked the harsher, somewhat sulfurous chemical notes of brown sugar that has had molasses added into it." - S.E. Posa, Amazon Review
- "Its Simply Amazing, with such a Fresh Pure Taste. I LOVE IT! :-)"- Islandgal7, Amazon Review
- "This is not like C&H's sugar in the raw. This is the real deal."- Spoil'd Rotten , Amazon Review
- "It truly is Great with coffee, espresso, teas, chai, guarapo, cookies, scones, breads, granola, and chocolate, baking. It's just our true opinion"- Grandpa America, Amazon Review
Terroir ter´wa, French terwar:
It retains the characteristics, taste, and flavor,
imparted by the soil and climate from where
Once the cane is juiced, the stalk serves as the fuel
that fires the hand laddled kettle system resulting
in 100% sustainability
Most Nutritious of All Sweeteners:
Provides a good deal of trace minerals and of
some that are particularly hard to acquire in diet
but are important like Manganese.
It enhances the sweetness in the food or beverage
it is going into rather than turning that food or
beverage a ‘sugarized’ form of its original self.
In either Cold or Hot liquids it dissolves completely
and multiple times faster than granulated sugars.
No more shot of pure sugar at the bottom of
Better for your Health & Energy:
Everyone knows, processing & refining is bad.
As a more complex carb, Panela is probably
the best for diabetics and athletes alike as a
more complex carbohydrate.
Nutricional Comparison on to Honey, and Brown/Turbinado Sugar
Minerals and nutrients relative to brown sugar
Favorites Uses by our master chefs and customers
Espresso, Coffee, Tea, Guarapo, Water Bottles,
BarBQ, Marinades, Curing Meats, Bourbon-Panela
Sauce, Sweet Syrups
Cookies, Scones, Baked Fish and Meat, Granola,