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117 DANDELION WINE
- White ¥3,960 Out of Stock
- Red ¥3,960 Out of Stock
- Orange ¥3,960 In Stock
原材料：White：たんぽぽの花、レモン、砂糖、水 / Orange： たんぽぽの花、いちご、砂糖、水（すべて国産）/ Red： たんぽぽの花、いちご、砂糖、水（すべて国産）
アルコール度数：9%（White）/11% (Orange) / 9% (Red)
In "Dandelion Wine," a story by Ray Bradbury, one of America's leading science fiction writers, about his boyhood, a 12-year-old boy named Douglas is offered 10 cents by his grandfather for every bag of dandelion flowers he collects, and harvests countless dandelions that bloom in the square.
After receiving the dandelions, the old man took them to the basement and said,
"The darkness of the basement is the only place where you can see the dandelions.
The darkness in the cellar burns brightly when the dandelions arrive. The grape press stands cold and open-mouthed. When the flowers are thrown in, they warm it.”
What does it mean to "burn brightly" and "warm itself"? With this interest, we decided to collect dandelion flowers. One spring day, the Farming Friday team gathered in the schoolyard of the abandoned former Aikawa Elementary School. With baskets in their hands, they mindlessly picked the dandelion flowers that were blooming all over the area.
The work was so steady and endless that one might have suspected that new flowers were blooming behind them as they were being picked, but when the basket full of flowers was separated into petals and buds, a soft yellow muddy mass appeared that seemed to "burn brightly.
After extracting the ingredients with boiling water, we squeezed it and added lemon mash, strawberry mash, and sugar, which were in the process of being prepared in a neighboring tank at the same time.
After a few days, a vigorous fermentation began, and the liquid began to bubble and heat up.
Is this what grandpa meant when he said "it warms up"?
When the fermentation settled down, a small amount of sugar was added to promote fermentation in the bottle and bottled.
The yellow and red colored dandelion liquor was completed.
The dandelion-like bitterness, subtle aroma, and fruit-derived acidity blend together.
"Dandelion wine. When I say the words, my tongue tastes summer."
The taste of summer, Bradbury wrote. We hope you will try it too.
Ingredients：White: dandelion flowers, lemon, sugar, water / Orange: dandelion flower, strawberry, sugar, water (all domestically produced) / Red: dandelion flower, strawberry, sugar, water (all domestically produced)
Alcohol content: 9% (White) / 11% (Orange) / 9% (Red)
Artwork : Yuko Yamamoto
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