Coconut Nectar from TIANA – the UK’s Finest Guilt Free Sugar Substitute
Coconut Nectar from TIANA – it’s Organic, Raw, Crystalised and here in the UK
TIANA Coconut Nectar is a delicious, guilt free sugar substitute. It’s also rich in nutrients and it’s the most sustainable coconut sweetener available.
Freshly granulated from the sweet nectar of coconut blossom, these natural nectar crystals have far richer nutritional content than all other commercially available sugars or sweeteners. Coconut Nectar (known as coconut sugar in the Far East) is fabulously delicious. It’s pure and natural, unrefined, unfiltered, unbleached, contains no additives or preservatives, and makes for a brilliant guilt-free, sugar replacement.
TIANA Organic Raw Crystallised Coconut Nectar is a premium product
TIANA Organic Raw Crystallised Coconut Nectar is different to palm sugar and coconut palm sugars which are often mixed with cane sugar or some variety of malt based ingredients. Our own coconut nectar is collected every four hours, thus ensuring that it crystallises immediately, so avoiding fermentation. If coconut nectar is kept for several hours it will not crystallise; instead, it will ferment. This is why some coconut sugars have artificial preservatives or additives, or are blended with cane sugar, palm coconut tree sugar or malt based sweeteners. These lower grades of coconut sugar will have to be processed much longer, resulting in lower nutritional values, a higher Glycemic index and they will typically be impure and of a darker brown colour. By contrast, our own Organic Raw Crystallised Coconut Nectar is a light golden colour, because the sugars in the nectar did not caramelize from heat.
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TIANA Coconut Nectar – at a glance
- Used as a 1:1 guilt-free sugar replacement
- Use as a normal sugar, great in tea and coffee
- Added in tea, coffee, cocoa, cocktails, milkshakes and smoothies
- Added in cereals, porridge, yoghurt, pancakes or sprinkled over fruit.
- Delicious and Nutritious
- Naturally low Glycemic food
Our Coconut Nectar has a very low melting temperature and an extremely high burn temperature, making it perfect for confectionery and a variety of baked foods.
It’s 100& natural goodness, with no sulphates, chemicals, colourings, preservatives, stabilisers, flavourings, GM ingredients, cholesterol; no cane sugar; no palm sugar; no soya, no grain; no gluten; no dairy; no yeast and is ideal for both vegetarians and vegan diets.
Storage of TIANA Organic Raw Crystallised Coconut Nectar
TIANA Coconut Nectar should be stored in a clean dry place at room temperature; it does not need to be refrigerated.
TIANA Organic Raw Crystallized Coconut Nectar v Agave Syrup – are there differences?
Yes! Agave is an ultra-concentrated fructose syrup made from the starch of the agave plant. Numerous research articles shows that high levels of fructose have been associated with fructose mal-absorption, which itself has been linked to obesity and diabetes.
TIANA Organic Raw Crystallized Coconut Nectar v Xylitol – are there differences?
Yes! Xylitol is a natural low-Glycemic sweetener made from corn cobs. There are reports suggesting that some people might be allergic to xylitol and in most cases it appears to be those people who are allergic to corn (raw material for xylitol production). Xylitol can be also made from birch and sometimes called “birch sugar” because the principal raw ingredient in its manufacture is wood fibre.
TIANA Organic Raw Crystallized Coconut Nectar v palm sugar /coconut palm sugar – are there differences?
Yes! There are varieties of sugar palm tree such as: aren palm (arenga pinnata), coconut palm (cocos Nucifera), date palm (phoenix sylvestris), kitual palm or Indian sago palm (caryota urens) and palmura palm (borassus flabellifer).
TIANA Organic Raw Crystallised Coconut Nectar has a light golden colour and is made from coconut blossom of Cocos Nucifera.
Palm sugar typically has a dark colour and is made from the sugary sap of the Palmura Palm.
Coconut palm sugar, found in the Far East markets, has a golden brown colour and often contain additives to lighten its colour. Sold in a granulated, block or liquid form that generally is not 100% pure coconut palm sugar, but is a blend with cane sugar and also malt sugars. When coconut palm sugar is boiled down longer, it then crystallises into a block. Palm sugar may be labeled as coconut sugar and vice versa.