Subtle coconut aroma and a coppery scent that brings balance to the taste in the end

Originates from the word “Dewa” which, in Balinese Hinduism, highly respects and pays full homage to the gods and the creator in accordance with its teachings known as Tri Hita Karana (your love for God, your love for fellow beings, your love for the universe).

The excellence of Arak De’wan lies in the distillation equipment used, imported directly from New Zealand, utilizing copper pot columns and undergoing three distillations, which undoubtedly results in maximum purity and clarity of taste.

De’wan is a product made from coconut sap that undergoes a three-time distillation process. Our farmers, located in Slombo village, Buleleng-Singaraja, produce coconut sap that matches the desired character of De’wan.

Arak in Bali is closely related to a long cultural history. It is not about intoxication; this beverage holds an important position in society. It appears as social advice, traditional rituals, medicine, and a source of livelihood for the communities that produce it.


DE’WAN Tonic
– 60ml arak De’wan
– 15ml fresh squeezed lemon juice
– 3gr lemon wheel
– 2gr cinnamon stick
– 1gr star anise
– 10ml rich simple
– 120ml tonic water


DE’WAN Collin

– 90ml arak De’wan
– 10ml fresh squeezed lemon juice
– 5gr black cherries
– 3gr lemon wheel
– 3 dropped angostura bitters
– 15ml rich simple
– 120ml soda water


De’wan began production in the middle of 2019, with the idea of supporting local arak farmers in accordance with the regulations set by the Governor of Bali. This coincided with the arrival of the pandemic, and it was from there that De’wan committed to continuously supporting arak farmers, especially in the Buleleng area, specifically in the village of Slombo where De’wan originates. This support aims to help the economy and welfare of arak farmers in Buleleng, in the village of Slombo, by purchasing and using coconut sap products made by farmers in the Slombo village, Buleleng-Singaraja.

“It’s not about what has already happened, but about what we will always preserve and nurture. That’s culture.”