Molasses

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Blackstrap molasses

Molasses (Known as Treacle in the United Kingdom if it was made to be eaten by humans) is a by-product of sugar canes or sugar beets being turned into sugar. It is like a thick syrup. Some people also call Molasses Sorghum syrup. The quality of the molasses depends on how the sugar is refined. Molasses is like a black golden syrup type liquid.

Molasses is the base for making rum. Sometimes, Vodka is also made from molasses.