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Arrack is a type of spirit produced using sugarcane, the sap from coconut flowers, red rice, or fruit, often made in India, Southeast Asia, and Sri Lanka (as well as a few other countries, too). As you might expect from that description, it can be somewhat similar to rum, though some variations do lean slightly towards brandy in style.

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Ceylon Arrack

70cl, 40%
Rockland Distilleries

Step 1 - Send 'Toddy Tapper' up into coconut tree to collect coconut flower sap. Step 2 - Allow sap to ferment thanks to naturally occurring yeasts. Step 3 - Distil within 24 hours of…  More info

Ceylon Arrack
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By The Dutch White Batavia Arrack

70cl, 48%
By The Dutch

Here we have White Batavia Arrack from By The Dutch! Pot distilled from sugar cane molasses on Java after a slow fermentation with wild yeast. Despite its colour, the spirit is aged for between eight…  More info

By The Dutch White Batavia Arrack

Zoumot Arak Al-Bustan - 1970s

75cl, 50%

Arak is a West Asian anise-style spirit and this particular bottling was produced by the Jordanian distillers Zoumot back in the 1970s. It's an incredibly rare and striking product that's sure to…  More info

Zoumot Arak Al-Bustan - 1970s

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