A traditional rice wine, made from fermented glutinous rice,
yeast, water and sugar, indigenous to the natives of the Borneo
state of Sarawak, Malaysia. A month to brew, it is a popular drink
among the Dayaks during ceremonial and special occasions.
The Ranee Tuak
The Ranee Tuak is home brewed by fourth generation brewers,
originating from the village of Banting, in the sub district of
Lingga, Sri Aman division, Sarawak. From a small fishing
village, Lingga was developed into a bustling town by the White
Rajahs during the British colonial era.
The Ranee Tuak is carefully home brewed using traditional
rituals and methods that ensure its fine quality. It is a light golden
colour when bottled and gradually matures to dark honey
as its flavours develop a more complex richness with subtle hints
of caramel and butterscotch.
The Ranee Tuak is wonderful as an aperitif or a dessert drink
and is best served chilled.
We hope you will enjoy it as much as the brewers have enjoyed
making it for four generations.
Glutinous rice, yeast, ginger, water & sugar
Alcohol Content: 8.04% (approx)