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The company now offers one of the most comprehensive ranges of natural and unrefined organic cane sugars in Europe. The name Billington's is synonymous with the very best in brown and golden sugars; they source and market the best unrefined sugars from expert suppliers across the world.
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This is by far the best all natural dark brown sugar to use for topping any baking that you do. It is however too strong to use as a complete substitute for any recipe that calls... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Perry N. Yaver
For better creaming with butter for molasses cookies, I pour a small amount of boiling water on the sugar. It becomes pourable molasses. Very good, strong flavor.Published 26 days ago by B. L. Johnson
This dark-brown sugar is fantastic, and I probably now have a lifetime supply since I don't bake sweets very often. Read morePublished 1 month ago by V
I bake - a lot - and I was excited to find this sugar, thinking I would always have brown sugar on hand. Read morePublished 3 months ago by lyalka
This is a very rich tasting sugar that bakes wonderfully. I've used it in gingerbread cookies and in a baked brie so far. Friends love it on oatmeal. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nancy K. Hart
Get some plain yoghurt, slice and mix in some bananas, liberally sprinkle this sugar on top, and then sit in the fridge for 3 hours, top with toasted Brazil nuts and enjoy one of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by miss t e day
This brown sugar is exceptional. It is so yummy, with a deep, complex, caramelly flavor. I do not find it to have a particular molasses-like flavor (I am not a big fan of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by doctorsirena
I just finished baking whole wheat gingerbread cookies and I used this sugar instead of a mix of molasses and regular sugar. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Virginia Davenport
Very dry and does not cream well in baked good (used in cake and shortbread cookies). This also not as sweet as American brown sugar but does have a rich flavor.Published 4 months ago by AB