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Old 05-18-2005, 06:34 PM   #1
Bill B
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Hi All,


I have been looking for a recipe for Pindopalm wine with no luck.


I was looking for something a little different rather than just crush


fruit, add pectic enzyme, acid blend etc. which would be ok, but I


was looking for a kicker. I think I might have found It, Today my


friend gave me 2 cans of Palm"s Seed in heavy syrup Hmmmm this


was interesting. The ingredients Palm's seed, water, sugar, and


k-meta.this is a product from Thailand. I wonder if the K-Meta will


have any effect during primary? Im trying to develope my own recipe


Maui Joe and Country Wine should be interested in this.


Bill



 
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Old 05-18-2005, 07:52 PM   #2
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Well, it sounds good to me.





Add the whole cans to your recipe, add the water to 1 gallon, add sugar to an S.G. of 1.080-1.090, all your other ingredients, and add the yeast, and then let 'er rip.....





The K-meta could pose some problems, so I would start a yeast starter, adding a little bit of your must to it bit by bit. I have never had problems with additives, but maybe I"m lucky. I think it sounds like a great wine already!!!





Oh yes, and let us know how it turns out!






 
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Old 05-18-2005, 08:13 PM   #3
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Aren't palm kernels oily? How big are the cans, or how much do they weigh each?



 
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Old 05-18-2005, 11:44 PM   #4
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Bill,


Is this the fruit that we looked at in the pic? The site said that they made wine and jellies from them. To me, it kinda resembles that of dates. I would follow what Martina stated and treat it like a new wine. Wait 12 hours, add the pectic enzme..12 hours later, add the yeast, etc.


Check out Dr. Jack's site...


http://winemaking.jackkeller.net/


or e-mail him. He has probably got a recipe for it I'm sure.



 
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Old 05-19-2005, 08:31 AM   #5
Bill B
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Thanks all,


Country Wine,I dom't know if the seeds are oily. I have never tasted them. The cans are 22 oz drained 12oz. I might open one up and try them to see. I can always get more.


Maui Joe, We looked at the fruit I do't know what if any part these seeds came from. There is a Date palm this could also be a good one.. I E-Mailed Jack Keller a while back and all he said was that he has had the Jelly which was good, but he did not have a recipe for this wine, but if I came up with one he would like it. Ill try a few different things and if it comes out good Ill send him the recipe.





Martina,I planned on doing just what you andCountry Wine said the only part I have never done is make a Yeast Starter. This is gonna be fun.


Bill



 
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Old 05-19-2005, 04:40 PM   #6
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About 4 cans to the gallon of finished wine desired should be about right. Use the liquid and all from the can. Test acid if you can. It will need additional, I am guessing. Go with the K1V-1116 if you can.

 
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