Blackstrap molasses is a dark, viscous syrup with a bittersweet flavor. It is the byproduct of the refining of sugar cane into table sugar. It was originally imported to the United States from the West Indies to make rum, back in the 18th century
Molasses is a healthy natural alternative for people looking to boost their iron intake without dealing with the side effects that artificial treatments invariably provide. As well as being a tasty addition to cakes and sweets, it is also used to cure tobacco and to make yeast. The easiest way to use blackstrap molasses is to dissolve a teaspoon full in a glass of water and drink it every day.
Unsulphured Blackstrap Molasses