Molasses or treacle is a thick syrup derivative of the juice of the sugarcane plant or the processing of sugar beet. The word molasses comes from the Portuguese word melaço. The quality of molasses depends on the maturity of the sugar cane or beet, the amount of sugar extracted, and the method of extraction.
Treacle (with a C) is the british word for molasses (dark cane sugar syrup)
u shur u dont mean treacle?? i think they are similar anyways.. and its like sticky stuff.. with lots of sugar in it.. like caramel or sumat!