Batavia Arrack dates back to the early 17th century when Dutch colonialists and traders found it and used it to ease and augment the spice trade that brought them East. With their enthusiasm, it became vital in Amsterdam, London, and New York. Batavia Arrack is pot-distilled from molasses (98%) that has been fermented with Red Javanese Rice (2%) on the Island of Java, Indonesia. The fermentation with rice which explains some of the surprising flavors found therein.
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