mountain-ash sugar
Sorbin Sor"bin, n. (Chem.) An unfermentable sugar, isomeric with glucose, found in the ripe berries of the rowan tree, or sorb, and extracted as a sweet white crystalline substance; -- called also {mountain-ash sugar}. [1913 Webster]

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