for literature’s sake - pet manufacturing process
If you have Sri Lankan friends, one or more of them will most likely urge you to use "Machan, Sri Lankan arrack, bloody good, isn't it?
"If the beer is a premium aged version-say, a faint sweet and surprisingly smooth three times Mendis --
Probably distilled-bloody good. And why not?
From coconut juice to finished products, the process is as complicated as other spirits-fermentation and repeated distillation will eventually age, and for the best products, in halmilla-
Barrel and barrel.
If Sri Lanka arrack does not get the media it deserves, part of the reason is poor packaging and lack of active global marketing.
This is also-important-because of the lack of informed critical literature on the product, this writing body distinguishes, for example, 7-
From the age of 10
Age, or reveal the difference between Mendis and what other manufacturers have.
"Bloody good" is accurate, but it doesn't help anything with the product.
The same is true for certain types of feni.
The traditional liquor of Goa may have received GI (
Mark a few years ago, but its production is not organized and standardized.
I have been unable to put my hands on a learned article about the subject.
Wine is of course rich in literature.
Single malt whiskies often try to imitate this through a mysterious manufacturing process.
Even vod Plus has their muscles, although the vocabulary is very limited-"smooth", "Crisp", "cold climate grain", etc.
Probably the only non.
Western alcoholic beverages that produce a lot of critical and informed writing are sake.
From the way it is made, sake is more like beer than wine.
But like wine, it has a detailed classification-classified as type and distinguished according to how the aperitif is made, how it is stored or treated after fermentation, whether it is pure, cloudy, distilled alcohol has been added.
Today, the tasting of sake is made as carefully as wine.
Like winemakers, those who make sake (tojis)
Their skills are largely considered an art and a science.
I have heard of fenimaker. Don't worry about a famous one?
The best way for novices (such as myself)
Familiar with sake is to taste different types of sake in the company with people who know the subject.
The other day, I did this with Wasabi's restaurant manager and sommelier Ankur Chawla, an upscale Japanese restaurant at the Taj Mahal Mansingh hotel in Delhi.
Wine is still a reference point, it helps to compare the easily available Junmai Yumedono to Chardonnay and compare the strong herb Yoshinogawa Gokuyou to lovesickness.
After tasting nine varieties at his company, I may know something about sake, but that's not the point of this column.
That said, while standardizing, supervising, marketing and packaging all have a role in promoting beverages such as feni and arrack, these are not enough.
It is equally important to create a critical literary group about them.
Your taste buds may be in your mouth, but your insight is shaped by your vocabulary and language. (Hindu. co. in)