Melaka is a rich, dark syrup made from the flower sap of the coconut palm tree. Coconut juice refers to the juice derived from coconut flowers (it is not sweetened coconut water or coconut milk). We colloquially, albeit incorrectly, refer to it as coconut sap despite it not being derived from the wood of the tree. Palm syrup is deeply earthy and molasses-like with notes of caramel, butterscotch, and coconut. Palm syrup can used to sweeten flavorful curries and stir-fry dishes or used on its own as a condiment or syrup.
Uses: Add a drizzle of palm syrup over your pancakes, desserts, and drinks as a sweet and fragrant garnish. Use palm syrup in sauces, marinades, and curries for added depth, sweetness, and complexity.
Ingredients: Cane sugar, coconut juice, water.