Agave syrup is made from agave nectar which is a kind of natural sweetener that is commercially manufactured from various species of agave which includes Agave salmiana and Agave tequilana also called as blue agave. Agave syrup is more viscous and is sweeter than honey. Agave syrup consists of fructose and glucose. Agave syrup consists of a range of volatile organic compounds which includes hydroxybutanone, vanillin and propionaldehyde. Agave syrup is widely used as toppings for various bakery products such as waffles, cakes, pancakes, bread rolls, and French toast. Agave syrup is also used for flavoring a wide range of food products such as hot cereal, ice cream, sausages, fruit juices, corn fritters, baked beans, baking powder, fresh donuts and baked apples. Agave syrup is also used as an alternative to honey in wine mead. Agave syrup is often used as a substitute for honey and sugar based food products. Agave syrup is also used as an alternative to honey by most vegan consumers. Agave syrup melts quickly and hence it is used as a sweetener for most of the beverages such as iced tea and others.