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Scientists Develop Drinks of the 19th Century, anekatips.info, Finnish scientists are now observing a rare drinks that are found from the 19th century from the ruins of the ship that sank in the Baltic Sea, in the hope that they can create new drinks. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland said that through chemical analysis, they do expect Dapa know the ingredients and recipes may be used in beverages known as "the oldest beverage in the world."

VTT scientist Vilpola Arvi said that the task is an honor for him as a scientist to examine the old drink. "It feels a bit sour and there is also a little salty taste in it," said Vilpola as reported by the Telegraph on Wednesday (09/02/2011). The divers found five botor beer is lifted from the former sinking ship in the Aland Islands in Finland in July last. The sailing ship believed to date from the early 19th century.

"Researchers want to know what's yeast used in these drinks, because the manufacture of yeast itself is still unknown until the early 1800s," said spokeswoman Annika Wilhelmson VTT. The experts are also still not sure whether the yeast can survive for two centuries in the cold atmosphere of the sea with a depth of up to 50 meters.

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