Coconut sugar (also known as coco sugar) is sugar produced from the sap of cut flower buds of the coconut tree (Extracted from Cocos Nucifera tree). Coconut sugar has been used as a traditional sweetener for thousands of years in South-East Asia where the coconut tree is in abundant supply.
Coconut Nectar (Syrup) is made from the coconut sap from the flowers of the coconut tree. (Coconut sugar is dehydrated, granulated coconut nectar.) The nectar is heated just enough to thicken it, but not enough to create high levels of fructose, the sugar that, it turns out, agave nectar is full of. A super versatile ingredient for baking, cooking, and drizzling. With a unique, earthy sweetness, you can use it anywhere you'd use any other liquid sweetener. Try it on pancakes, oatmeal, or toast; add it to coffee, tea, or smoothies.