Bali wine / Palm wine (Tuak) is taken from Virgin coconut palm before the flowers bloom. The juice fermented into an alcoholic drink soon light is called “tuak”, which is then distilled in vats made of wood (usually halmilla or teak). The final product is a liqueur with a flavor that is usually described as “in between whiskey and rum”. These drinks are usually distilled into alcohol content between 33% and 50% according to ABV. Arak is traditionally consumed alone or in combination with ginger beer, soft drink soda that is popular in Indonesia.
Wants to taste and see how it work come to sidemen village.
$8/person, free a shot glass of arak