Pure German Rock Sugar cane is milder than granulated white sugar. White sugar can affect the taste and often mask the complexity of tea, but these unprocessed natural rock sugar crystals enhance the natural sweetness of your tea without changing the flavor. When you buy our Rock Sugar, you can indulge in its purity and taste it the way nature intended.
Stored in an airtight glass jar, 1lb of these crystals goes a long way. Just add a little to your tea leaves as they steep.
How German rock sugar crystals are made:
Rock sugar crystals are pure cane sugar that is crystallized through a heating and cooling process that originated in Germany. This process allows large sugar crystals to form, which are then coated with caramelized sugar and allowed to dry, creating a delicious German sugar crystal mixture for you to enjoy.
Steeping loose leaf tea is easy. Simply spoon 1-2 tsp of desired tea into a tea filter or infuser. Heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil and leave to cool just a little.
Pour water over tea and steep. Refer to individual tea information (above) for recommended temperature and brewing time.
I've searched online for hours trying to find the best source for German Rock Sugar, and I must say that Persimmon Tree Tea Company is the best place to get it. They have a far better quality sugar than the other company I've purchased it from, plus it comes with a great reusable jar! It's a great deal! On top of that, the sugar makes any tea taste AMAZING for those with a sweet tooth. I will definitely be purchasing more from here.
I use 2 teaspoons of this stuff, I love my tea sweet its jsut perfect and really not that much of a differencein taste than real sugar
Much healthier than regular, white, processed sugar that, I am told, actually interferes with the absorption of the antioxidents in the tea. I will always use rock sugar instead of regular sugar. The more natural the form, the healthier it has to be!
Love this sugar
I love this sugar! It makes regular tea so exciting. It adds a very light sweetness.
This should be called "tea sugar" because it's made for tea. I hardly ever sweeten my tea or coffee, but this sugar isn't too strong; you know your tea is sweeter but it's not too overpowering. This stuff is great to have when I'm in the mood for something a little sweet.