Archive for the ‘wine’ Category

The Abandoned Fermented Wines

What is on the other side of the black curtain? I am guessing you already knew the answer, the article title has already told you. Plus there is a picture suggestive of what it is below. The curtain is actually a group of large black trash bags attached together using masking tape. Behind it is […]

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Bubod Pineapple Wine Final Update

After over three weeks time. I visited the bubod pineapple wine trial again. No bubble formations observed. It ceased, signalling fermentation end. The smell. The aroma was like a strong wine. The taste. It had a good wine taste, a taste resembling fruit cider. It was good if not too sour. Well, it is good […]

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The Old Bubod Viability Update

a continuation of my previous experiment… After seven days. I accidentally noticed that the PET bottle where I filled the mixture of pineapple juice, old bubod and sugar was beginning to bulge. Perhaps the bubod yeast began feeding on sugar and producing carbon dioxide. Maybe I closed the cap too tight that gas was building […]

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Ensuring Consistent Wine Taste Quality

Using high quality fruits. Leftovers and reject fruits fits perfectly for wine making. High quality fruits are the best however. Final wine flavor rely on starting fruit flavors plus those created during fermentation and aging process. No artificial flavors added. Thus prime fruits are best for making high quality wines. Proper hygiene. Ensure the cleanliness […]

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