What is it? Uniquely flavored milk with a dark syrup-like coating that offers a rich and creamy caramel aroma.
How is it made? Black sugar is essentially white cane sugar that hasn’t been refined yet. It is typically made by boiling sugarcane juice until it turns into a dark syrup.
Available bases? Black sugar adds a distinctively delicious touch to flavored milk bases such as taro, chocolate, sesame, or just regular milk.
Substitutes? Substitutes are possible with soy and coconut milk.