Nirasatria's Spices Coconut Sugar is a healthy sweetener that has a spicy taste. There are four variants that have a lot of benefits in each taste. These all sweeteners derived from the coconut palm tree.

The importance of healthy and substitute their sugar to the organic one is a significant thing nowadays. We discover a new variant of sugar that is suitable to consume in winter and the rainy season. this sugar is a combination of coconut sugar and spices. Natural spices coconut sugar can be consumed directly by pouring water on it. It can be mixed with any other food and beverages.


The spices and the coconut sugar have been pre-selected from the moment they were harvested through quality assessment, and onto a delicate cooking process that required skills and attention from the farmer in order to not lose their quality from overcooking or other mishandling. Quality and consistency, in every batch.


The spiced coconut sugar has four variants, they are ginger coconut sugar, cinnamon coconut sugar, turmeric coconut sugar, and spices coconut sugar variant. Those all have different benefits for each variant.


Nirasatria’s Organic Pure Coconut Sugar originates from the lush Javanese landscape of the Indonesian archipelago. It pays tribute to the region’s proud farming heritage and integrates this with modern standards of quality control. Our sugar produced from coconut palm blossoms, is a delicious and healthy alternative to cane sugar. It has a toffee like flavour, comes from all-natural organic ingredients, has been minimally processed, and has not been filtered.


1. Cinnamon Coconut Sugar

Cinnamon is one of the famous spices, it comes from the bark of the cinnamon tree. The combination of cinnamon and coconut sugar has a lot of benefits for our body to consume. The taste is sweet and the aroma is soft cinnamon. It can be an aromatic beverage to relax our mind and body.

This sugar can lower blood sugar by several mechanisms. It also has potent antioxidant activity and helps fight inflammation. Cinnamon may also provide heart-healthy benefits, such as reducing high blood cholesterol triglyceride levels. That’s important for people with diabetes who are a greater risk for developing heart disease.


2. Turmeric Coconut Sugar

Turmeric is a flowering plant that belongs to spices. It is the most effective nutritional supplement. One of the components of turmeric is a substance called curcumin. Curcumin is a remarkably powerful antioxidant, helping to fight oxidative damage and boosting the body’s own antioxidant enzymes. It also strongly anti-inflammatory, to the point where it matches the effectiveness of some anti-inflammatory drugs.


3. Ginger Coconut Sugar

Ginger is a tropical plant that is a popular spice used in several forms of alternatives medicine. It has strong anti-inflammatory properties and can help with pain management. Ginger also appears to have beneficial effects on the enzymes trypsin and pancreatic lipase, which are important for digestion. In addition, ginger may help increase movement through the digestive tract, suggesting that it may relieve or prevent constipation.


4. Spices Mix Coconut Sugar

Spices mix coconut sugar is a variant that consists of the combination of turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, and coconut. This sweetener has a unique taste, once you try, you will want it more and more.


How it’s made

Neera, the nectar sap of the coconut flower blossom is harvested two times a day by our coconut farmers. Farmers climb the coconut palms and collect the sugar blossom nectar by gently slicing the flower. Once harvested the nectar is transferred into kettles. The evaporation process lowers the moisture content of the nectar before it is allowed to set into a solid nectar “brick”. The nectar sap is then boiled. Take the spices’ extract from the selected spices. Then, mix the spices’ extract with the boiled coconut sap step by step. Make sure, they collaborate perfectly. After that, boil it down until they thicken and change color from translucent to brown, then granulated by hand and further to specifications.


Health Benefits

Coconut sugar offers a myriad of health benefits, especially when compared to something like white cane sugar. Some of these benefits include :

  • Protect Against Cancer.

  • Give and keep the warm effect on your body.

  • Improve Brain Function and Protect Against Alzheimer’s Disease.

  • Cut the Risk of Heart Disease.

  • A lower impact on blood sugar levels (coconut sugar ranks just 35 on the glycemic index), suitable alternative for diabetics.

  • Higher amounts of vitamin C, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, calcium, zinc, iron and copper.

  • Low fructose alternative (more suitable for those with sensitivities)

  • Contains phytonutrients, such as polyphenols, flavonoids, and antioxidants (anti-aging properties)

  • Contains the B vitamin inositol, often used as a mood booster



Our coconut sugars come in soft granulate form that gives the most convenience in food application. They dilute and melt easily, and are not easy to burn. No more sugar cane caramel failures! Coconut caramel guarantees cooking success while keeping the blood sugar low.


Excellent for : Baking, chocolate making, confectionaries, beverages, smoothies, shakes, coffee and teas.
Application : 1:1 ratio sugar cane crystals substitute, both in volume and weight.
Colours like : Pralines ice cream
Tastes like : sweet spices without the guilt and sorry.
Smells like : The islands
Glycemic Index (GI) : 35 and Low.
Diabetic friendliness : Very friendly.



Our company provides 3 different packaging services. We can provide you with our own label, with private label and bulk orders. Pricing for our own label and private label depends on the quantity and the size per package as well as the type of packaging. Therefore we can quote you for our own label / private label on request.


Quick Specification


Ingredient : Organic coconut nectar sap.
Product name : Organic Coconut Sugar
Botanical name : Cocos Nucifera
Part used : Liquid sap
Appearance : Granulated texture
Odour : Coconut characteristic
Colour : Yellow or red brown
Granulation : Mesh #16
Moisture content : < 3%
Solubility : 98-99% dry
Glycemic Index (GI) : 35
Shelf life : 3 Years
Origin : Indonesia
Product HS Code : 1702.90.99.00
Certified Organic by : Control Union
Certificate Registration No : CU826389





Common misconception

Coconut sugar is sometimes confused with Brown, Aren, or Arenga Sugar to the naked eye. Arenga sugar is another type of sweetener that derives from a different kind of palm tree (Arenga Pinnata) and yield a very distinctly different product. Arenga wears a much darker brown colour, sometimes appearing black-tinted (thus its common name in some places, ‘Black Sugar Palm’); coconut sugar owns a brown that ranges from bright yellow to reddish brown. In aroma, coconut sugar also displays caramel aroma notes not found in Arenga Sugar. The same caramel notes in sweetness is found in coconut sugar that are not found in Arenga sugar.