Summer is nearing and wondering how to quench your thirst?

Well Cane-o-La is the place to be.


This is an outlet that serves just sugarcane juices.
I visited Cane-o-La at Basavanagudi.
So what’s so special about it?

They provide 6 flavors of sugarcane juices – Plain, Ginger, Lime, Mint, Salt & Pepper, Chaat Masala
I did go and meet the owner of the store in person. He mentioned that his MD always thinks of new concepts and here their main motto is to ensure that people don’t consume aerated drinks instead drink something healthier.

The sugarcanes are grown by themselves. The staffs are trained on various aspects like quality, methodology before they are put on board.
Sugarcane’s are stored in special refrigerated storage containers as shown below.


They have special juice extractors as well. You can have a look at it.


I have to to mention that the place is very well maintained on diverse aspects like hygiene quality, delivery time.


At the entrance, the lady collects money and provides you with the receipt instantly and you could go ahead and show the receipt at the counters to get your favorite sugarcane drink.
I thought the place wouldn’t be much crowded. But alas! I was wrong. It was pretty crowded and people were here to sip their favorite flavors.


Good to know times are changing and people are becoming more health conscious.
They have four outlets, – one is Basavanagudi, one in RT Nagar, and one is Jayanagar and one in Banashakari BDA complex.

By the way I tried Lemon flavor. And it was very delicious.
Sugarcane juice – Slrrrppppppp madi, enjoy maadi!!!

6 Comments so far

  1. Sid (unregistered) on January 30th, 2008 @ 7:43 pm

    Seems like a really nice place to check out. Sadly no outlet in East Bangalore yet

    And one question, what are the drinks priced at?

  2. KKumar (unregistered) on January 30th, 2008 @ 8:18 pm

    All 6 flavours cost Rs 10 each only.

    I have been to the one in Banashankari Second Stage and have no complaints about the quality of the juice. My only complaint is that they don’t keep any straws. I have a small child who is is not used to drinking directly from a glass, but is used to sucking using straws. Though she likes the Sugarcane juice very much, it is a pain making her drink without a straw.

  3. preran (unregistered) on January 30th, 2008 @ 9:27 pm

    I visited the one in Jayanagar. I stuck to the vanilla version while my friend tried out the ginger, pepper, and something else. They did not charge one pie extra for customizing it for him!
    Highly recommended!

  4. Aggie Rag (unregistered) on January 30th, 2008 @ 10:47 pm

    WOW!! I’m gonna hit this spot the day I land in B’luru!!!

  5. My3 (unregistered) on January 31st, 2008 @ 2:47 am

    Always keep straws in a plastic cover in your bag. I used to do it while my kids were younger :-)

  6. shande (unregistered) on January 31st, 2008 @ 9:19 am

    very nice place, I visit the Basavanagudi one regularly.

    many a times we would have given up drinking roadside sugarcane juice because of hygiene concerns. now, with the advent Cane-o-La it’s not a concern anymore.

    Anjana, it will be better if you can add approximate locations of the outlets. like for Basavanagudi outlet you can mention that it is very close to the Bull Temple.

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