Gula Jawa refers to "Coconut sugar " or brownish colored sugar used in Brunei. Gula Jawa refers to palm sugar; richly aromatic sugar made by tapping and boiling the sugar of the palm (Arenga pinnata). It is one of the ingredients used in Indonesian cooking. In Indonesia, Gula Jawa is also known as Merah or Gula Merah.

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