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Batavia arrack from the island of Java.
Closure: Synthetic stopper
Arrack is often confused with the similarly pronounced and spelt 'Arak', which is a Middle Eastern anise flavoured distillate, similar to pastis or ouzo.
Sugarcane molasses with a small amount of local red rice is fermented in wooden vats and double distilled on the island of Java, Indonesia using old fashioned pot stills. It is...
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