This is the least bad sweetener money can buy: Two parts coconut sugar, one part lúcuma (pronounced loo-koo-ma). WTF is lúcuma? Only "the Gold of the Incas." To accentuate its butterscotch and caramel undertones, we read it poetry. That's right, we read poetry to an antioxidant-rich fruit. Once it’s weak in the knees (stem) we mill it at low temperatures. Then, we introduce lúcuma to its new best friend: coconut sugar, a real sweetie pie. If you're looking to sweeten your mud, this is a match made in superfood heaven.
- 90-servings of sweetener.
- Matte white compostable bag.
- Shipped in a recyclable box (plastic-free.)
- $0.44-$0.67 per serving.
Organic Coconut Palm Sugar, Organic Lucuma Fruit Powder. Contains: Coconut.
How do I make it?
Adding a tablespoon of :sweetener to our mud latte with :creamer is how we like it, but you can go wild. Maybe you like it with collagen for ultimate creaminess, or some cayenne to spice up your morning ritual. Give it a good stir, put on your adult pants (or don't!) and go show the day what you're made of.
What does it taste like?
It's sweet, but not too sweet. We toyed with tons of ingredients to ensure :sweetener matched perfectly with mud. Imagine white lab coats, beakers, complex equations—we left no stone unturned in making mud's best sweet mate. The sweetness rounds out the flavor profile with a slightly caramelized flavor (think butterscotch or maple syrup), along with just the faintest top note of fruit from the lucuma.