Sugarcane juice is predominantly used for the industrial production of sugar and ethanol. Some other commercially significant products obtained from sugarcane involves molasses, bagasse, khandsari (brown sugar) and gur (jaggery). Often sugarcane juice is blended with citrus lime, pine apple juice, ginger extract, gooseberry juice, mint leaves extract and served fresh as a refreshing drink in street markets and also in supermarkets as a bottled beverage. The art of preservation of sugarcane juice by fermentation yields value added products such as sugarcane toddy wine, vinegar and distilled products like rum and beverages similar to rum are Cachaca, Aguardiente and Guaro. Traditionally fermented sugarcane juice products are Sidhu in India, Basi in Phillipines, Australian sugarcane ginger beer. The industrial by-products obtained after ethanol production are vinasse and dunder.