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Unformatted text preview: Distilled Spirits We drink for pleasure of our company or for taste and sensation of large variety of beverages Distilled Spirits Principle of Distillation Alcohol vaporizes (becomes a gas) then alcohol vapors are collected and re-condensed into liquid form. Distilled Spirit Apply heat to a liquid that contains alcohol whereby you separate the alcohol from the original liquid then you re- condense vapors to liquid form. 100 percent alcohol is chemically pure and 200 Proof Natural Spirits are distilled to minimum of 190 proof, odorless, colorless, and flavorless Distilled Spirits Apparatus for Distilling Two parts to pot still 1. Still - copper pot with broad, rounded bottom and long tapered neck 2. Worm condenser - copper tube that is connected to still with a copper pipe. Worm passes through a jacket of cold water to assist in rapid condensation of vapors Distilled Spirits History Distillation was known by the Egyptians Distillation was being done in China 800 B.C. Words alcohol and alembic which means still originated with the Arabs Proof originally measured by mixing spirit with gun powder Brandy Fruit Spirit Distilled Wine - brandywijn or burnt wine...
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