Bali Traditional Drink

One of the best things about traveling abroad is that you get to try the local food and drinks of the country you’re visiting. In Bali, many restaurants serve dishes from other countries so it may be difficult to sample a traditional Balinese meal. Local drinks however are more easily available, whether it be from a vendor on the beach or from the mini-mart on the corner.

In this post we’ll introduce you to some of the most popular drinks in Bali – cheers!

Arak Bali is a typical Balinese liquor containing alcohol fermented. Balinese traditional drink of this, not least with outside production drinks such as wine or wine. Arak is generally made from coconut palm wine by distillation (distillation). Besides as a beverage, as well as serving ceremonial procession. This minuma now has limited its circulation by the government of Bali as alcoholic and can cause death due to mixed use other types of alcohol.2

Balinese Brem drinks this is a byproduct of the process of making the tape. This drink is deposited in a long time until an alcoholic. Drink brem Bali initially only part of customary and religious rituals. But now drink made from glutinous black or red and white sticky rice is fermented into a welcome drink for guests.3

Daluman is a kind of traditional Balinese drink green grass jelly. Daluman making process itself is usually not much different from the manufacture of grass jelly. Daluman leaves that have been cleaned, then knead until foamy until thick, before it is too thick, the leaves that have been squeezed filtered so that the leaves do not mix with the dough daluman. So that it feels good daluman already thick mixed with coconut milk, sugar arena that has liquid and ice then be ice daluman.

Balinese Coffee
Balinese Coffee is processed coffee products in the home are still traditional and roasting processes still use firewood, creating a fragrant scent so distinctive and special. Balinese drinks is the most widely consumed by the inhabitants of Bali because it is easiest to obtain.4

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