Hi, All: I bought a liquid mix of teas, which turned out to be way too sweet for my taste. I was hoping to be able to somehow isolate the sweeteners (mostly cane sugar; there is also honey, but the honey is blended-in with the mix) from the rest of the mix, by using basic ingredients and materials; more specifically, all I really have available is a basic electric kitchen , oven and microwave, and the materials available are just those one can find in a supermarket. I was hoping , if possible, for something as simple as the processe s of de-salting of water which I have seen in some science shows on TV , consisting of boiling and evaporation/condensation, and plastic bags used to condense the steam from the water. Still, I don't know enough chemistry to understand the main properties of cane sugar to come-up with a useful process myself. Any Suggestions, Please?