- raw or unrefined sugar, obtained from the juice of the sugar cane by evaporating and draining off the molasses.
Origin of muscovado
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Historical Examples of muscovado
At this ingenio, they make only the Muscovado, or brown sugar.To Cuba and Back
Richard Henry Dana
The solid portion of the product forms moist, raw, or muscovado sugar; the uncrystallisable syrup, molasses or treacle.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II
In a good season it produces from fifty to sixty thousand hogsheads of muscovado sugar of the best quality.
Muscovado, or raw sugar, with lime water, are the usual ingredients of this colouring matter.The American Practical Brewer and Tanner
It was variously known as "Muscovado" sugar, or as "plantation sugar," sometimes as "coffee" or "coffee crushed."Cuba, Old and New
Albert Gardner Robinson
- raw sugar obtained from the juice of sugar cane by evaporating the molasses