Coconut sugar is created from the flowers of the coconut tree. New sprouts of coconut flowers are cut and then tied together before they are pollinated and become baby cococnuts. The tied flower bundle will bleed a sap which is harvested. The sap is heated until it becomes a caramel, which is then dried into a sugar. The sugar is filtered through meshes with different thread counts. The higher the thread count, the finer the sugar granulates.