Sugar Bowls

Enjoying an aromatic coffee made from freshly ground coffee beans, preferably with a little milk and some sugar? Of course, everyone drinks coffee differently, some people drink black coffee, some people prefer coffee with milk, such as cappuccino, coffee cream, or latte macchiato. Still, others don’t want a particularly tasty syrup in their coffee.

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The right sugar bowl for the right interior

Whatever your preference, you should always make sure to use high-quality coffee ingredients. After all, coffee is a connoisseur’s product, and that includes the perfect taste! Besides the right size, the right sugar bowl is of course also about design. Many brands offer a variety of sugar bowls made of glass, porcelain, stainless steel, or earthenware, which come in round, square or rectangular shapes. Depending on your taste, here you can choose a product that pairs perfectly with your other tableware, or you like to mix styles and choose a sugar bowl that stands out and becomes a new decorative design element in your kitchen!

Sugar bowls for optimal serving and storage

On January 6, 2017, food scientist and Youtuber Ann Reardon invented the sugar balloon bowl and uploaded it to her website and Youtube a week later. They are made using helium-quality balloons filled with water, then hot candy is poured over them, allowed to cool, and then deflated upside down. The video has garnered over 2.1 million views, and news outlets and other articles have tried it.

To store your sugar or other sugar alternatives in a functional and decorative way, you should consider using a suitable sugar dispenser or sugar bowl. A sugar dispenser is practical because it’s usually made of glass, so it’s directly visible when it needs to be refilled. Additionally, sugar dispensers typically require very little space and are a sugar bowl and dispenser in one piece.

However, sugar can also be stored in practical and stylish sugar bowls. We offer different items for every taste. In true Danish style, the sugar bowl is made of high-quality and sturdy stoneware, reminiscent of typical Scandinavian sand and nature. Since the designs of stoneware sugar bowls are often simple and high-quality, they are also suitable for any kitchen and interior. For purists, we recommend alternative sugar bowls made of stainless steel or glass, which bring more elegance to your own four walls. The sugar bowl made of stainless steel is not only durable, but also practical and dishwasher safe, so cleaning is quick and easy.

Set of sugar bowls for a uniform setup

Do you like practical sets, such as milk and sugar, so that you can store and display both products in the same design? Maybe you’re looking for a set when you’re looking for a new sugar bowl? Then you might like Chemex’s milk and sugar set. This set of glass and wood lids is particularly sheer and chic, and sugar and milk can be served and stored in pairs. The set is amazing and impresses with its personality and elegance. Borosilicate glass makes the sugar bowl particularly durable and elegant at the same time. The practical lid can be closed at any time and the milk jug can be closed if required.

Where does sugar come from?

Sugar comes mainly from beet juice. Beets are usually washed after harvest, chopped, and then added to hot water, from which juice is produced. Next comes the so-called “refining” step. The industrial production of beet sugar dates back to the early 19th century. By the way, another way to get sugar is to harvest sugar cane or coconut flowers.

Today, sugar cane is grown mainly in South America, the Caribbean, the United States, China, and India. For optimal growth, sugarcane requires a subtropical to the tropical climate and long-term high levels of moisture. Traditionally it was harvested by hand, but now machines are often used for this purpose. Sugar juice is harvested by pressing the plants, then “crystallized” and “refined” into what we know as sucrose.