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Teavana Perfectea Rock Sugar (1 lb)

by Teavana
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Price: $8.50 + $4.75 Est. shipping
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  • Pure, unprocessed amber rock sugar
  • Sweetens your beverage without changing its flavor
  • A more natural way of sweetening your tea or coffee
  • One-pound bag of rock sugar crystals
  • Tip: dissolve in boiling water to create a syrup base
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These pure, unprocessed amber sugar crystals are the best way to help enhance the natural sweetness of your tea without changing the flavor. Just add them to the tea leaves as your tea steeps for best flavor. Includes one pound of sugar.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B001L048WO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,907 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Teavana's Rock Sugar is really unique.
K.R. Simmons
I like it sweet and seems I like tea the way it's tast is changed.
KB
A nice flavor that sweetens your tea without overpowering it.
T. Holston

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59 of 64 people found the following review helpful By T. Holston on January 23, 2014
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This sugar is perfect. It melts nicely in the pot, and it is easy to use. It is expensive, but other sugars just don't compare.

If you are thinking you can just save money and use regular sugar, you are very wrong. If you ever do a taste test between tea sweetened with rock sugar and tea sweetened with regular sugar, the difference is astounding. Goes best with any black teas. I ordered with this black tea sampler, it was amazing; Organic Black Teas Loose Tea Trio Sampler - Earl Grey Crème, Sweet Almond Wild Berry, Pumpkin Spice Chai. A nice flavor that sweetens your tea without overpowering it. It is definitely a must have. You won't regret it.
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36 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Muse on February 1, 2013
German Rock Cane sugar is a natural unrefined sugar that is made from beets, not from sugar cane. It retains the brown hue because that is essentially the ingredient that is refined out to make molasses. The sugar does provide a pleasant sweetness to your tea however it should be noted that it does come at an additional caloric cost. One teaspoon of German rock cane sugar contains 25 calories, whereas one teaspoon of white granulated sugar only contains 16 calories. Whether you prefer refined or unrefined sugars is left up to your personal taste but I thought it was something worth noting in addition to the other reviews.
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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Martin on February 18, 2011
I was given some of the German Rock Sugar by a friend for my birthday, and I really like it. I usually use Sugar in The Raw, but had wanted to try the rock sugar. So, when I was given this, I tried it out.

I do enjoy it, the crystals are pretty in my tea maker or cup, and I love to watch them dissolve. They sweeten without actually adding a flavor to the tea, so I'm not left tasting tea and sweetener, like I do with honey.

One drawback I do find with the rock sugar is how Teavana suggests you use it: they suggest you add it to your tea while it's brewing. This is fine and dandy if your tea brews for a while, but if you're brewing for 2-3 minutes for some teas (like they suggest), you'll find the tea is done before the sugar dissolves. And since I use the Perfect Tea Maker, I don't stir the leaves (as suggested). So I've found it works best added to the bottom of a cup and then let the tea maker pour into the cup, agitating the sugar and helping it dissolve before I use mt spoon.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By IStarkebaum on June 15, 2010
I only see a single 3 star review for this product currently, and that simply doesn't do it justice. It exists as a way to sweeten Teas (and other beverages) without having a strong effect on the flavor itself. I am primarily a Fruit-based Tea Drinker, and its fantastic for sweetening a batch of Tea, Iced or hot, and has no trouble being turned into a simple syrup for later application. It is indeed on the pricey side, but its well worth it for what it brings to the drink. A fine product, through and through.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Dave626 on April 14, 2013
I cannot deny that this is great sugar. It's very interesting to steep, add to your cup or however you use it... BUT, I believe I found a lbs. for lbs. cheaper version of the same thing here... D And P Old fashioned Rock Candy Amber Sugar Crystals, 5lbs Box. Read some of the reviews on it and decide for yourself... One 5 star reviewer even mentioned it was the same rock sugar used by Teavana... Hmmm?
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By TaurusDIVA79 on November 4, 2010
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I first had rock sugar at an upscale spa as I waited for my massouse and fell in love with it after one cup. This definitely does the trick for tea. Unlike granualated sugars that sink, accumulate at the bottom and demand that you stir periodically just to keep the tea & it's contents homogenized, this rock sugar distributes an evenly sweet taste throughout the whole cup. No stirring needed! Rocks dissolve gradually from the temperature of the tea water. And like a previous user said, it does a great job sweetening without changing the tea's designated flavor, but rather enhances it. I'm hooked on thsi product from Teavana.
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62 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Adiasor on March 26, 2011
Nothing wrong with the sugar besides the fact it is so expensive, and doesn't last very long but, after fun and time taking experimentation I have found a perfect and cheaper substitute, it's called "Turbinado Sugar" And I found some at the Whole Foods in St. Louis, but I would imagine they sell it at all Whole Foods. They sell it in bulk, and it's 1.99 per pound. So in comparison to what you buy in the store or find on Amazon (after shipping), 1 pound of Teavana Tea costs $13. For the same $13 you can buy 6.5 pounds of Turbinado Sugar. And you use it in the same ratio that you use the German Rock Sugar, so you get 6.5 times the bang for your buck
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By jennifer a graham on September 17, 2013
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We enjoyed the rock sugar at Dromoland Castle in Ireland and then we proceeded to look for the product in every tea shop and food store in Ireland and Scotland. I was delighted to return home and find it at Amazon. What a lovely gift for my "tea" friends.
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