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Old 03-24-2011, 03:34 AM   #31
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I'm telling you, NerdyMarie wasn't kidding when she said this wine was delicious. Can't wait 'till mine is completely done.

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Old 04-02-2011, 03:37 PM   #32
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This inspired me to make a 1 gallon batch using what I had on hand. I used a form of jack kellers recipe.

1-1.5lb bag of frozen mango slices (trader joes)
1-1lb bag of frozen mango chunks (stop and shop)
2-1/2lbs of sugar
7 pts water
1-1/2 tsp acid blend
1/2 tsp pectic enzyme
1 tsp yeast nutrient
1/4 tsp tannin
Champagne wine yeast (ec1118)

I had a o.g of exactly 1.100 (~15% abv). But plan on topping up the gallon jug with water so that will be a little less.

For anyone who decides to use frozen mangos, the stop and shop brand was really hard to mash and seemed almost under-ripe. It was dull in color and aroma. The trader joes on the other hand was organic (not that it matters to me) and seemed to be much brighter and easier to mash up.

The recipes seem pretty similar, I just chose frozen cause it wAs what I already had half of on hand.

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Old 04-02-2011, 09:59 PM   #33
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Finally got around to putting together 5 gallons of this, followed the recipe to a T. Can't wait to see how it turns out.

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Old 04-03-2011, 04:05 AM   #34
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Mine is in 2ry and clarifying beautifully.

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Mine is in 2ry and clarifying beautifully.
Nice! How long would you recommend leaving a 5gal batch in primary? I was thinking 3-4 weeks to let everything settle.

By the way, I just used hot tap water, as hot as it'll come out, which I think is around 140-150F, and used a drill with paint stirrer attachment to dissolve the sugar, additives and pulp. Turned out perfectly smooth in consistency, and I did everything in the Ale Pail, so almost no cleanup! Don't know if heating is really required.
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Old 04-03-2011, 08:52 AM   #36
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I'll tell you as soon as I read my notes at home, I'm working now.

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For anyone who decides to use frozen mangos, the stop and shop brand was really hard to mash and seemed almost under-ripe. It was dull in color and aroma. The trader joes on the other hand was organic (not that it matters to me) and seemed to be much brighter and easier to mash up.

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If ever get the chance, for sure try the pulp recipe.

The first time we made mango wine, it was from the IQF mango pieces. It definitely didn't have the sweetness or fruit flavor that the pulp did. We tried the pulp as an experiment - we both love mango, and KNEW it had potential for so much more than the frozen stuff gave us!
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Old 04-04-2011, 12:43 AM   #38
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I may try to add a can or two of pulp to secondary as there is alot of sediment so far in primary.

Ill have to call some stores to locate some. Would stop and shop carry it? Or maybe a ethnic food store?

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I bought mine in an Indian store.

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Found it for $3 a can right down the road from where I work. I'll grab 2 cans next Time I have some cash on me ($20 min for cards in their store) and put it into the secondary, maybe I'll even just double up the batch now that I have 3- Carlo Rossi jugs to play with.

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