Versatile, Beautiful, A True Culinary Artist’s Medium

Learn how to use isomalt, and the possibilities really become clear!

What is isomalt?

This is a natural sugar alcohol derived from beets primarily used as a sugar substitute in culinary applications.

Isomalt can be melted without the need for water, and then shaped like glass to create extraordinary works of art.

Sugar artists love isomalt because of its natural clarity and resistance to crystalization, making it highly workable!

Our high quality isomalt is available in two convenient forms – granular, and colored sticks.

Chef Rubber can stock your operation with granular isomalt in any quantity.

Our high quality European granular isomalt is extremely popular because of its clarity and versatility.

Granular Isomalt From Chef Rubber
Isomalt Sticks Assortment Pack From Chef Rubber

Colored Isomalt Sticks Assortment Pack

Whether you’re a sugar artist, a candy maker or involved in the THC edibles industry, Chef Rubber has all the isomalt and related products you need for success!

We also sell 14 Beautiful Colors of Isomalt Sticks

Black Isomalt Sticks From Chef Rubber
Silver Isomalt Sticks From Chef Rubber
Clear Isomalt Sticks From Chef Rubber
White Isomalt Sticks From Chef Rubber
Pearl Isomalt Sticks From Chef Rubber
Yellow Isomalt Sticks From Chef Rubber
Gold Isomalt Sticks From Chef Rubber
Bronze Isomalt Sticks From Chef Rubber

Isomalt sticks are easily melted in the microwave before use.

Blue Isomalt Sticks From Chef Rubber
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Purple Isomalt Sticks From Chef Rubber
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Orange Isomalt Sticks From Chef Rubber
Red Isomalt Sticks From Chef Rubber

When you’re ready to shop for isomalt, head over to our store and stock up today!


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