Re: Calculating Sugar content with molasses
- Been looking for that since ya brough it up last month ZB, but it aint
around these parts.
Must be a regional thing.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "tgfoitwoods" <zymurgybob@...>
> Thanks for supporting testimony. While I may be accused of repeating
> myself, Land-O-Lakes Purina, a US agricultural feed manufacturer,
> produces excellent un-sulfured, un-urea-ed, apparently un-preserved
> cane molasses, and it's available through the Cenex farm supplynetwork.
> At 40% minimum, it's a bit light on sugar, but we can all fix that. AsI
> recall, the last 50-pound (~5 gallon) bucket I bought was about USD23,
> but that's been a couple of years or so.commercial
> I consider all molasses to have traces of bitterness, and this is just
> very strongly flavored molasses. (you sure wouldn't pour it on
> pancakes). It makes great rum, as far as I'm concerned, with rich
> flavor, even if it's not exactly the flavor of any particular
> rum (that may be just my technique).
> I'm kind of surprised that no-one here acknowledges its existence, let
> alone it's suitability for rum.
> [Molasses Label]
> Zymurgy Bob, a simplepotstiller