Whitworths Demerera Sugar Cubes Reviews
Product Type: Whitworths Food
Description:Manufacturer: Whitworths. Whitworths Demerera Sugar Cubes are great for hot beverages. The cubes are made with raw cane demerara sugar. 500g box.
Newest Review: ... tin that is a special one for keeping sugar in, that's because this box doesn't seal up again once you've opened it and it's ... more
Customer Whitworths Demerera Sugar Cubes Reviews (3)
by - written on 06/01/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
We've always got these Whitworths Raw Cane Demerera Sugar Cubes in because my mum is proper fussy about her hot drinks and will only use brown sugar in coffee. She buys these because she doesn't drink that many hot drinks and cubes will keep better than granule sugar even if she makes the box last for over a month. We always put ours in an airtight tin that is a special one for keeping sugar in, that's because this box doesn't seal up again once you've opened it and it's important to keep sugar out of extreme temperature and also dry. A cube of this sugar is the equivalent of one level teaspoon of sugar so if you have one sugar you need to use one ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/09 (Useful, 24 readings)
Being an avid absinthe drinker, I need sugar cubes (you pour the absinthe over a sugar cube).Whitworths are one of the few varieties of boxes of sugar cubes you will still see for sale in your average supermarket. Whitworths Raw Cane Demerera Sugar Cubes sell for 500g for £1.05. Once opened the box will not re-seal so you will need some form of tin to keep these in. Sugar cubes in drinks is something of a lost art unfortunately, it looks great when someone uses a pair of tongs to put a cube of sugar into a drink. Tea, coffee... You get more of a measure of how much sugar you are using (a heaped teaspoon is hardly an accurate measure...) and the cubes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/08 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Demerera Sugar is a very useful ingredient for baking as it has very large particles and tends to be crunchier than other sugars. It is brown in colour which puts some people off it as they are used to the bright white of normal sugar but brown is actually the natural colour. As far as I know it isn't any better for you than white sugar but it's used because it is courser for baking recipies that require course sugar such as a crumble topping. However it can also be used in tea and coffee. I mainly use this product in my tea because I cannot bake with sugar cubes and need granulated suagr for that. However for sweetening tea these work very well. ... Read the complete review
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