Can you use brown sugar in coffee?

Can you use brown sugar in coffee?

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  1. You can put brown sugar in your coffee. It tastes different. Some people like the way it tastes. I personally dislike it intensely.

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  2. You can put whatever you like in coffee. It is your body and your life. I think dark brown sugar (white sugar with a little molasses) makes coffee taste richer. I like it. But asking if you CAN do something is as if you are asking permission, which is hardly necessary. Perhaps the question could have been : “What does using brown sugar in coffee do to it’s flavour compared to white sugar?”

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  3. Why the hell not? Sugar is sugar, and brown sugar lends a richer, more molasses-y flavor to coffee. Sugar in my coffee is not my cup of tea (ha!), but sweeten yours up with brown sugar to your heart’s delight. Some people even prefer it. Or, try Sugar in the Raw!

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  4. Yes. Brown sugar is better than white sugar and should be used without any hesitation. I can see that all six answers are unanimously affirmative on this account. I use brown sugar in tea as well.
    Thanks for reading the above.

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  5. Yes, even honey if you want
    Just remember that 99% of the time brown sugar is just white sugar that is being toasted to becomes brown.
    Take some grains, crush them, if it becomes white powder than is just white sugar
    Blog – Mustacchio Caffé

    Eight O’Clock

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  6. No, absolutely not! It causes a chemical reaction that turns it into a slow acting poison. If you drink it you are likely to be dead by age 120.
    Just joking. If you like the taste go ahead. The only difference between white and brown sugar is taste.

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  7. Of course. But why? Brown sugar is just white sugar with molasses added back in. If you want to avoid the chemicals used in sugar processing, use organic coconut sugar.

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  8. At a coffee bar in Italy, you will often have a choice between refined white sugar and zucchero grezzo (unrefined sugar), which is a brown sugar. I believe zucchero grezzo is called ‘dirty sugar’ in New Orleans. American brown sugar is often made by adding molasses back into the refined sugar, rather than preserving it in the first place, but there is no reason it can’t work as well. It should give a very subtle hint of molasses in the flavor.

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  9. Yes, and it’s really good! Next time you have a chance take a small amount of brown sugar, either loose or lump, on a spoon and drip a bit of coffee on it. When you last it you will be hooked on this little sweet treat. Mmmmm!

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  10. Oh, yes! And give it a try, I think you’ll love it!
    In the US there is a brand of sugar call “Sugar In The Raw”, which is essentially regular white table sugar with a bit of molasses added back in, just enough for a little flavor. I absolutely love it in coffee.

    Victor Allen’s

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