Brown sugar

Turbinado sugar, Sugar in the Raw, Demerara sugar, Raw sugar

Brown sugar is granulated sugar, with a little bit of dark molasses left in during production. The color – light or dark – is determined by just how much of that molasses is left intact.

In a pinch, you can make your own brown sugar by mixing white sugar and molasses. Start with about one teaspoon of molasses to one tablespoon of white sugar and add in more molasses as needed to achieve the desired effect.

Brown sugar syrup
Granulated sugar
Sugar cube

Cocktails that use Brown sugar

American Trilogy
Sugar cube, Orange bitters, Rye whiskey...
Bitter Bee
Sugar cube, Aromatic bitters, Mint...
Cable Car
Granulated sugar, Cinnamon, Spiced rum...
Caipirinha
Unaged cachaça, Granulated sugar, Lime...
Caipirissima
Lime, Light rum, Brown sugar syrup...
Caipirosca
Lime, Brown sugar syrup, Vodka...
Czech Sidecar
Granulated sugar, Cinnamon, Clove...
Dawa
Brown sugar, Lime, Vodka...
Egg Nog
Egg, Granulated sugar, Brandy...
Hot Buttered Rum
Butter, Brown sugar, Nutmeg...
Hot Buttered Whiskey
Butter, Brown sugar, Honey...
San Francisco Nog
Sugar cube, Fernet, Heavy whipping cream...
Smash
Mint, Simple syrup, Rye whiskey...
Volcano House Hot Buttered Rum
Dark rum, Maraschino, Lemon...
Wisconsin Old Fashioned
Orange, Brandied cherries, Aromatic bitters...