Do you have Indian Sugar please? Once you start using pure maple sugar, also known as granulated maple sugar or Indian Sugar, to sweeten everything from coffee to yogurt, you'll wonder why you ever used table or white sugar in the first place. Granulated maple sugar is 100% pure maple. It is produced by boiling pure maple syrup to approximately 270┬░F to concentrate the sugars and as it cools it is stirred from liquid solution into sugar. Considering it takes 40 gallons of maple sap to make just one gallon of pure maple syrup, and then the syrup is further heated and concentrated to make pure maple sugar, it's understandable that it's more expensive then mass-produced granulated white table sugar. But there's just something about that delicious maple flavor that makes pure maple sugar well worth the price!

Pure Maple Sugar