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arrack

(âr`ək), strong spirits distilled chiefly in Asia from fermented fruits, grains, or sugarcane. In the 19th cent., Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) became quite noted for palm toddy arrack and in modern times, Indonesia makes the best arrack. Other names for arrack are rack, raki, and arak.
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Of course, I objected, and then she said she will get arrack for me.
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Another American backpacker's eyesight was permanently damaged after the 19-year-old swallowed a drink called Arrack in Bali.
Antony was famous for construction of the legislative complex, introduction of unemployment allowance, festival allowance for the state employees and prohibition of arrack -- locally made alcohol -- to which hundreds of thousands are addicted to the detriment of their family life.
Amount, duration and the type of alcohol in the form of Rum, Whisky, Brandy, Vodka, Gin, Arrack, etc consumed was enquired, those subjects who consumed more than half bottles of these spirits daily (or intermittently with abstinence of 2-3 days), for more than 5 years were chosen for this study.
Served in handmade copper bunch bowls, you can try the Batavia Arrack, steeped in sliced lemons for six hours, or a Charles Dickens Memorial made with pineapple-infused rum and Martell VSOP cognac.
The chapter covers three types of drinks: traditional or homemade drinks such as arrack from India or kachasu from Zambia; mass produced illicit alcohol; and surrogate alcohol which includes medicinal products, cosmetics etc.
He spends his final months drinking arrack, upsetting his wife, ignoring his son, and tracking down Pradeep S.
Ceylon Arrack, a spirit made from the sap of coconut flowers, is looking to boost its off-trade presence.
There was an arrack joint -- till the brew was banned -- in the heart of the city that did good business with the claim that the superstar used to drink there.
In Jallikattu, well fed and groomed bulls, often pepped up with considerable doses of toddy or country liquor known as arrack are brought to the main street in the village.
Some goes to distillers and becomes a rather fierce coconut spirit called arrack, which I also tried.