Alcohol

Cane Molasses contains B vitamins and biotin, which help the fermentation processes that produce ethanol for use in alcoholic drinks, cosmetics and solvents. Due to the buffering capacity of beet molasses, a greater quantity of sulphuric acid must be used to reduce pH to optimum fermentation levels than when cane molasses forms the energy stock. The popular alcoholic drink Rum is mainly produced from Sugar cane molasses which has yeast and water added to it to start the fermentation.

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