TAATAS (PVT) LTD’ Organic Liquor is 100% natural, beginning from cultivation
TAATAS’ Organic Palmyrah Trees are not sprayed with harmful chemical pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides. As a result, TAATAS’ organic palm spirit, organic palm toddy, organic palm wine, and organic palm arrack is a completely natural and cleaner product to consume.
When conventional winemakers and arrack brewers spray their ingredients with pesticides and herbicides, they are trying to kill off any unwanted weeds and insects which attack the vines. Unfortunately, the residues from these sprays can end up in your wine, surrounding soil and river systems. When it comes to TAATAS (PVT) LTD, the company makes sure that no such inorganic compounds are used in their cultivation. In fact, even the water used to cultivate the Palmyrah Trees in Northern Sri Lanka is completely natural. To grow organic Palmyrah Trees, the palm field must follow entirely different agricultural practices. In simple terms, this means maintaining the health and condition of their fields with more natural methods than what is done in conventional cultivation. TAATAS’ Organic liquor drinks do not include even a drop of chemical on it, which is therefore one of the health benefits of their organic liquor drinks.
TAATAS (PVT) LTD’s Organic Liquor Does not have any Sulphites
Sulphites refer to sulphur dioxide (SO2), which is a preservative widely used in winemaking owing to its antibacterial properties. It is generally harmless to consume sulphites unless the consumer has severe asthma or lack the particular enzymes needed to break down sulphites in their body. Some wine drinkers and liquor consumers experience allergic reactions to sulphites in their wine such as rashes, hives, cramps and blotchy skin. The amount of sulphites in wine is highly regulated around the world. Any bottle of wine having more than ten parts per million (ppm) must include on the label “contains sulphites.”
As such, TAATAS’ Organic Liquor does not have any sulphites, which means people with allergies to sulphites can consume the Palm Arrack manufactured by TAATAS.
TAATAS (PVT) LTD’s Organic Liquor Does not have any added sugars
One criticism of supermarket bulk wine is their added sugar content. Any perceived sweetness of wine can come from sugars, both naturally occurring and artificially added. The amount of sugar in an alcohol bottle, natural or added, will determine the final alcohol content of the liquor. This leads winemakers to adding sugar during the winemaking process to achieve their desired alcohol by volume (ABV) %. At the same time, conventional winemakers may also add sugar to hide imperfections in taste resulting from the use of poor quality ingredients.
When winemakers add sugar in excess of naturally occurring sugars in the arrack, wine or liquor, the final product is sometimes too sweet—something that only novice wine drinkers may like. The health benefits of TAATAS (PVT) ltd.’s organic palm wine are seen from the fact that they do not contain added sugars. This makes it perfectly suitable for those who need to avoid sugar, and also those who respect the real, organic taste of palm arrack and wine instead of overly sweet liquor drinks.
TAATAS (PVT) LTD’s Organic Liquor Does not have any additives
TAATAS’ Organic Palm Arrack Liquor is free of additives such as refined sugar, sulphuric acids and fining and clarification agents.
TAATAS (PVT) LTD is an organic palm arrack manufacturing company that avoids using chemicals while at the same time, also promoting biodiversity in the environment. The use of chemicals can spoil the PH balance of the soil, kill environmentally beneficial insects and weeds, and pollute groundwater and local waterways. TAATAS’ Organic liquor is natural, sustainable and much more eco-friendly compared to conventional ones.
Just like organic food and nonalcoholic beverages, the price point for organic liquor tends to be higher than conventional varieties. However, TAATAS’ liquor drinks are affordable and economic, both for the local consumers as well as the global ones.