9554Re: [Distillers] Cut question
- Mar 1, 2003The thumper is really good for extracting flavours. You can make gin, for example by putting juniper berries in the thumper. It stands to reason tht if you add freshly crushed apples or, instead just fresh apple juice, you should be able to extract the apple flavour. I've heard that you don't want ot have any seeds in the mix cause they make it bitter.
"Jacques <Jacs_man@...>" <Jacs_man@...> wrote:
My question deals with when to shut down the still.
I ran some apple wine thru my copper pot and thumper system after
freezing it and straining the resulting higher (condensed) alc.
content thru the ice. I stopped the still when I wasn't able to burn
a flame blue in a teaspoon anymore.
After one run thru, the result of the shine was very strong, and
quite palatable, to say the least.
I wonder, though, if I had let it run a bit longer, would I have
picked up more of the apple flavor?
I've tried to add that flavor back in by mixing it with some apple
wine and then some plain apple juice, but it doesen't taste quite as
good as I would have expected.
I also put some uncut still stregth in a bottle with a bit of honey,
vanilla and oak chips. This has sat for about a month, now, and
really tastes good, but not a flavor of apple.
Any suggestions or direction would be appreciated. I have anothe 15
gallons of wine to process and would like to make an improvement.
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