- 700 gm Sugar
- 4 Liters Water
- 2.5 Kg Mango
- 1 Lime
- Bunch of Grapes
Airlock, Funnel for filtering, Fine cloth (mesh cloth) or fine sieve nylon which has 120 microns, a fermenting jar or a big glass jar, like pickle jar (3 to 4 Liters) or a plastic box of 4 to 5 liters (glass one is preferred over plastic).
First take the mangoes and slice them into small pieces. Remember to slice a few mangoes with its peel on.
Take a fermenting jar of 4 to 5 liters and fill it with water.
Put the mango slices into the jar.
Take a big spoon and stir or mash the mango slices into the jar.
Cut the lime into slices and pour its juice into the jar.
Take sugar and pour it into the jar.
Stir the mixture with a spatula and mix everything well.
Take the grapes and mash them with your hands. Once they are mashed a bit, pour them into the fermenting jar and stir properly.
Place the lid of the fermenter and make sure that it is airlock.
Leave the jar for around 24 hours and check whether the fermentation has started or not. (In this recipe, grapes are used as a substitute of yeast)
Shake the jar every day and wait till the fermentation is complete. After one week, you need to pour the wine into another fermenter.
Take 100 gram sugar and with the help of funnel pour sugar into another fermenter.
Place the funnel on the new fermentor and pour the mango wine into it from the old one.
Close the fermentor with a lid and make sure it is airlock.
Wait for 3 days and take some samples of mango wine to check its gravity. If the gravity is 1002, your wine is ready.
Well, your mango wine is ready to be poured into an old wine bottle.
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