cane sugar

noun

Definition of cane sugar 

: sugar from sugarcane

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The Deep Eddy Ruby Red Grapefruit vodka contains just four ingredients: water, distilled alcohol, ruby red grapefruit juice, and a little cane sugar. Elva Ramirez, charlotteobserver, "Flavored vodka is moving on from its whipped cream, PB&J past," 6 July 2018 From Monday to Wednesday, this River North spot is offering $6 classic mojitos with Don Q Cristal Rum, lime, mint and cane sugar (regularly $9.75). Hannah Steinkopf-frank, RedEye Chicago, "Stay refreshed with these National Mojito Day deals," 10 July 2018 The pops are hand-made from original recipes and sweetened with organic cane sugar or local honey. Robert Philpot, star-telegram, "Fog, flowers, more crazy shakes: What's new and offbeat in DFW ice-cream shops," 20 June 2018 There are less-expensive imports from the Middle East, but many of those have added cane sugar. Tara Duggan, SFChronicle.com, "Doctor drops UCSF post for a career in dates," 20 June 2018 High-fructose corn syrup was replaced with cane sugar. Robert Simonson, New York Times, "This New Dubonnet Isn’t the Queen’s, but It’s Improved," 18 June 2018 In his jars, the primary sweetener is organic cane sugar, although agave syrup and honey would work well for home use, too. Becky Krystal, charlotteobserver, "Sip your way through summer with a batch of homemade iced tea," 12 June 2018 Little Tart is a blend of apple and cranberry juices (the cranberry juice comes from Wareham bogs) fermented together and then sweetened with cane sugar. Ellen Albanese, BostonGlobe.com, "Where better to enjoy a local craft cider than the Cape?," 6 June 2018 Combine cut fruit, tapioca, cane sugar (as needed), acidity in the form of lemon juice or verjus, and a pinch of salt in a large bowl. Adina Steiman, WSJ, "A Cookbook Packed With Red-Blooded Vegetarian Fare," 31 May 2018

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1766, in the meaning defined above

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cane sugar

noun

English Language Learners Definition of cane sugar

: sugar from sugarcane

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