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Re: [Distillers] RE: [Disti llers] Bac ardi c reat es Tang th e wo

Tea leaves have no sugars according to fact sheets. Black tea due to natural (bacterial?) spoilage has more accessible caffeine than green tea. cha - tea in
waljaco
1:28 AM
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49995

Re: [Distillers] RE: [Disti llers] Bac ardi c reat es Tang th e wor

According to Wiki:  "Sucrose gets broken down into fructose and glucose" with yeast and bacteria, but does that really mean that it has no sugar?  My bet is
RLB
8:58 AM
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49994

Re: [Distillers] RE: [Disti llers] Bac ardi c reat es Tang th e wor

Sugar is added in making kombucha - wild yeasts, bacteria are active and there is also a vinegar "mother" involved. I suspect the tea leaves are a botanical
waljaco
4:07 AM
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49993

Re: [Distillers] RE: [Disti llers] Bac ardi c reat es Tang th e worl

See also Kombucha, a fermented tea beverage. Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android From:"waljaco@... [Distillers]" Date:Mon, Mar
Eddie Hoskin
Mar 30
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49992

Re: [Distillers] RE: [Disti llers] Bac ardi c reat es Tang th e worl

But apparently tea leaves have no sugar content to produce alcohol. wal
waljaco
Mar 30
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49991

Re: [Distillers] RE: [Disti llers] Bac ardi creat es Tang th e world

If people knew how tea is actually made then they would realize that it's an easy step from tea to tea spirits.  Quality tea leaves are fermented and dried
RLB
Mar 29
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49990

RE: [Disti llers] Bac ardi creat es Tang th e world’s first ‘te

Mao Tse Tung would be amused about a Tang dynasty revival!
waljaco
Mar 29
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49989

RE: [Distillers] Bacardi creates Tang the world’s first ‘tea spi

That's funny, Wal. Who would name a spirit after that artificially orange-flavored synthetic space-age drink substitute, and then try to charge $250 for a
Robert Hubble
Mar 27
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49988

Re: Column Packing

Check your drip. I drip mine into a container with a restricted hole in the cap. Alcohol coming off is pretty dry and immediately begins absorbing water from
Dale Brinley
Mar 27
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49987

Bacardi creates Tang the world’s first ‘tea spirit’

http://www.thespiritsbusiness.com/2015/03/bacardi-creates-tang-the-worlds-first-tea-spirit/
Walter Jacobson
Mar 27
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49986

Re: Column Packing

Hi Philip thanks so much for reply to my questions. Since I have posted I have found out a recommendation of 1.5m of the knitted mesh per roll. Thats 90g per
harisaki2004
Mar 23
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49985

Re: Column Packing

I have a 1.5 meter 2" copper column packed with Amphora Society structured packing. I just fished out a somewhat corroded (8 year old) 10cm segment; it
PhilipWilson
Mar 22
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49984

Re: 'Unfounded speculation is no basis to outlaw a product:' Palcoho

See - Victorian Government pushes to ban powdered alcohol http://tinyurl.com/n7cyxbw http://tinyurl.com/n7cyxbw Victorian Government pushes to ban powdered
waljaco
Mar 21
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49983

Re: Column Packing

Thanks guys for all your answers. If you could read the questions again and just answer the questions I would be most glad. regards Hari.
harisaki2004
Mar 21
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49982

Re: Column Packing

Hi. yes slowing  the drip rate from the still is the thing to do. Ade On Sunday, 22 March 2015, 7:38, "David McCallum dmccallum76@... [Distillers]"
Adrian Morley
Mar 21
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