Nkulenu’s Palm Drink also known as palm wine is a delicious alcoholic beverage created from the sap of various species of palm trees. It is known by various names in different regions and is common in various parts of Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, South America, and Micronesia. It is extracted using traditional old methods, fermented naturally to produce this unique, smooth and deeply satisfying taste.
Note: Drink responsibly, Not recommended for pregnant women and persons under 18 years.
- Naturally processed
- Can be enjoyed at parties and events, or simply to satisfy your thirst in a sunny day
- Alcohol Percent: 3.6% vol
- The box for the small size (315 ml) contains 24 bottles
- The box for the big size (625ml) contains 12 bottles
- Full Refunds for damaged bottles
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