Lyle's Golden Syrup, 454g (1#)
Lyle's Golden Syrup was invented in 1885 by a Scottish businessman by the name of Abram Lyle. It is a by-product of the cane sugar manufacturing process, making it popular these days with people seeking to avoid high-fructous corn syrup. It is golden amber in color with a rich, deep sweetness that is distinct from honey, maple syrup or corn syrup.
Extremely popular in Britain and the UK, you'll find it referenced in many British and Scottish beer recipes.