While sugar cane is originally from New Guinea, the commercial sugar cane we know today comes from a hybrid of wild sugar cane plants from both India and China. Over time, innovations in the refinement process have led to the pure white sugar granules that we recognise today.
While sugar is ubiquitous in the cuisines of almost every culture around the world, some still manage to find innovative ways to cook with it. One such way is by using sugar cane stalks to skewer meats and seafood. Heat coaxes the sugarcane juice from the stalks, infusing the meats with a caramel like flavour. More traditionally, it is popularly used as the basis for soft serve ice cream and sorbets.
Mathieu Teisseire Cane Syrup is made from 100% pure cane sugar. The premium syrup is a great substitute for regular sugar as it dissolves instantly in both hot and cold beverages, providing incredible versatility for non-alcoholic beverages and cocktails alike.