Is sugar soluble in methylated spirits?
Why don't you do the experiment?
My own feeling is that sugar SHOULD dissolve in methylated spirits. Now methylated spirits is basically ethanol, to which a bit of methyl alcohol (i.e.
That being said, cocktails, and liqueurs, and wines, and spirits have some sugar content, which is good indication that sugar will dissolve. But, as a physical scientist, you should do the experiment. And once you do this experiment, try dissolving common salt up in ethanol; why the difference in the relative solubilities?