November 24, 2020
Taste the Authentic Simplicity of Yogyakarta at Dawet Ndeso Bantul

Taste the Authentic Simplicity of Yogyakarta at Dawet Ndeso Bantul

TIMESINDONESIA, YOGYAKARTA – Dawet is the drink made of rice flour jelly, which served with coconut milk and palm sugar. Many people will add some snow tube to get the greatest freshness from it. This drink is usually a perfect drink to complete you during a hot day time. But if you would like to taste the…

TIMESINDONESIA, YOGYAKARTA – Dawet is a consume made from rice flour jelly, which usually served with coconut milk and palm sugar. Several people may then add ice tube to get the utmost freshness from this. This drink is an ideal drink to accompany you during a hot day. But when you would like to taste the simplicity of Yogyakarta a person could get Dawet Ndeso with Argorejo, Sedayu, Bantul, Yogyakarta.

Tusiyem the 55 year old and the girl friend Mujiyem a 57 calendar year old are two ladies which offers the freshness of this consume. They both coming to this particular place and sell this drink under the dense of a Banyan forest with green field on the particular background.

Lots of people especially those people farmers which take a split in the day coming designed for their dawet to erase their own thirst. Some people would also order the dawet to take away and bring it home to share with their loved ones.

Even though this place never been tranquil from people, Tusiyem and Mujiyem didn’t took achance to raise the cost of their product. They only that for IDR 2. five K or around a cent for a glass of relaxing dawet.  

It took a long complicated process to make a bucket of dawet. Tusiyem provides to wake up early in the morning to prepare all the thing she need including making the dawet and all the particular ingredients. “Praise god, I could have around 50 people arriving for this drink daily, ” Tusiyem said.  

The most interesting part is sometimes Tusiyem plus Mujiyem also take a barter payment with a bag of rice if their customers doesn’t have enough money to spend them. “I didn’t plant the rice, but I can taste it, its no big deal for me, it’s a wonderful and a bless, ” Tusiyem said while serving her customers with a glass of Dawet Ndeso in Bantul, Yogyakarta. (*)