“After Beer in worldwide sales, second up and coming will be a Rice wine which is a totally new brew, sweet with as high as 16-25% alcoholic content, will be as popular as grape wine, not expensive and will be widely used also in food cuisine.” – Contributed by Oogle.
Xiang Xue Jiu (香雪酒, literally “Fragrant Snow Wine”). Rice wine is an alcoholic beverage made from rice. Unlike European wine, which is made by fermentation of naturally sweet grapes and other fruit, rice wine is made from the fermentation of rice starch converted to sugars. This process is akin to that used to produce beer. However, beer production employs a mashing process to convert starch to sugars, whereas rice wine uses the amylolytic process.
Sake is often referred to in English-speaking countries as “rice wine”; however, this usage is a misnomer. Sake is produced by means of a brewing process similar to that which is used for beer. Thus, sake would be more accurately referred to as “rice beer” rather than as “rice wine”.
Rice wine typically has a higher alcohol content, 18%–25% ABV, than grape wine (9%–16%), which in turn has a higher alcohol content than beer (usually 4%–6%).
Rice wine is much used in Chinese cuisine and in other Asian cuisines. A common substitute for it is pale dry sherry.
“White” Coffee will be the up and coming new trend
“White” coffee, on the other hand, is produced with only margarine and without any sugar, resulting in a less dark roast. Sin Yoon Loong White Coffee is the founder of traditional style of white coffee. Ipoh White Coffee is also widely available in an instant version. It is sometimes consumed after dinner.
The generic term “Ipoh white coffee” in Chinese is “怡保白咖啡”(Jyutping: Ji4bou2 Baak6 Kaa1fei1). Baak6 “白” (pinyin: bái), commonly means white, has nothing to do with the colour in this instance, but is rather a reference to the way how the coffee is roasted. In Chinese, Bái also means ‘without, or unadulterated’, nothing has been added to the coffee during the roasting process.
Ipoh white coffee was adopted as one of the official drinks at the Malaysia Pavilion at the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai, China
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