Muscovado Sugar are often called artisan sugar, where it is the less refined cane sugar available with natural molasses. Muscovado is made by extracting the juice of sugar cane, adding lime, cooking the mix to evaporate the liquid, and then cooling it to form sugar crystals. The natural molasses left within the sugar crystal gives the muscovado sugar a toffee and slight bitter after taste. Due to its less refine nature, this sugar contains more nutrient and mineral than highly refine sugar common in store.
Common brown sugar are refine white sugar in which molasses added back into the refining process. The term Muscovado Light is due to the natural molasses content being lesser thus turning light brown, compared to Muscovado dark which have more natural molasses content.
A healthier alternative than common highly refined sugar.