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Ginger Wine

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  • Sweet
Cuisine:
    • 24 hrs 5 mins
    • Serves 5
    • Hard

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     Ginger wine is as old as mankind. Its inviting taste has given it an edge above other drinks of its era. Its little wonder people still enjoy it today. You can also enjoy it if you want but it is not a simple drink recipe that you can prepare in a jiffy. It takes some time, but can last for months once you prepare it.

    However, you need to come to terms with the way Ginger wine is prepared. Like I said earlier, it is as old as man itself. So, you might find it difficult to find someone to teach you the process of preparing it.

    Luckily, I am here with you now and I shall be teaching you the process free of charge. You only need to give me your attention.

    Health Benefits

    Ginger wine contains lemon. Lemon helps keep the body hydrated. It is also a good source of Vitamin C. This vitamin serves as a potent antioxidant that repels bacteria from the body.

    Also, it aids digestion. Digestive issues can be solved once and for all via the intake of ginger. It alsoreduces the formation of kidney stones, an ailment that has proven fatal in recent times.

    On its own part, ginger helps keeps the joints in top form. Of course, it kills pain easily. It has the capacity of correcting issues of the bones and joints. It is also a potent treatment for nausea disorders. Vaya Drynk helps retain the temperature at which you pack your beverage. On a hot afternoon, have some Ginger Wine from Vaya Drynk and ditch those preservative-laden soft drinks.

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    How to make Ginger Wine

    1. Peel the ginger into a plastic fermenting bucket. 
    1. Add the lemon zest and raisins. 
    1. Pour close to 2 L of boiling water into it. 
    1. Cover it and let sit for 24 hours. 
    1. Add the sugar, lemon juice, yeast, and remaining water (make sure water is cold). 
    1. Stir well so that the sugar can be dissolved, and the yeast. 
    1. Cover and let ferment (it can take up to 4 days). 
    1. Sieve it and pour into available demijohn using a funnel and let sit for a few months. 
    1. Get it bottled.

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