Fresh sugar cane is a type of tropical grass that is commonly grown in warm and humid climates. It is an excellent source of natural sweetness and has a unique flavor that is both sweet and slightly nutty. To consume fresh sugar cane, the outer layer of the cane is peeled to reveal the juicy and fibrous interior. The sweet juice can be sucked directly from the cane, or the juice can be extracted by crushing the cane in a press. Fresh sugar cane is commonly used in Asian cuisine and is often used as a natural sweetener in desserts, drinks, and sauces. The juice can also be used to make sugar cane syrup, which is used as a sweetener in a variety of dishes.