Coconut Blossom Sweeteners

An exotic escape awaits those who taste the sweet caramel nectar of fragrant coconut blossoms growing in the idyllic Southern Philippine islands. Upholding an age-old tradition and way of life, generations of resilient Philippine farmers have skillfully climbed the wild groves of coconut trees to gather this prized jewel of the tropics. To honor these farmers, SAGANÀ humbly brings their delightful legacy to your table.

What is Coconut Sweetener?

Eight liters of fresh coconut blossom nectar or sap make one kilo of minimally-processed, low in glycemic and undiluted 100% coconut sweetener in powder form. Each coconut tree averagely produces two liters per day until the tree reaches old age.

100% Natural and Authentic

Authentic, delicious caramel taste ( not coconut) that melts in the mouth ! No anti-fermenting and bleaching agents, no artificial colors and flavor enhancers. Our partner-coconut farmers in Southern Luzon and Mindanao, carefully harvest  fresh nectar from pesticide-free and certified organically-grown trees derived from the Cocos Nucifera variety.  Called 'tappers', they skillfully climb the trees several times a day to bind and cut the flower spathes. Precious nectar drips from spathes into containers for the next 3 to 5 weeks and cooked before fermentation begins.

Nutritious and Eco-Friendly

SAGANÀ's fresh nectar benefits from a neutral PH balance. It is boiled under minimal heat using biomass until its water content evaporates. Partially, it reaches nectar or honey thick and left to cool down. Once fully evaporated, it becomes powdery, then sifted and air dried. Thanks to these age-old, artisanal  methods, the nectar's inherent minerals and vitamins remain intact such as magnesium, zinc, potassium and iron.

Would you believe, tapping the tree makes it more fertile with simultaneous bouquets blooming ? Coconut trees are abundant, drought-resistant , excellent carbon sinks and soil builders with many uses from the roots, fruits to the leaves. It supports biodiversity. In fact, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) recognizes coconut blossom nectar as the most sustainable natural sweetener.