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Re: [Distillers] Viscosity of liquor

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  • Bill van den Engel
    Try Liquid Glucose. Not as sweet as sugar and when used at a ratio of about 150 -200mls in 1125mls of spirit, thickens the spirit considerably Bill van den
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      Try Liquid Glucose. Not as sweet as sugar and when used at a ratio of about 150 -200mls in 1125mls of spirit, thickens the spirit considerably
       
      Bill van den Engel
      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2003 11:47 PM
      Subject: [Distillers] Viscosity of liquor

      Dear friends,

      I'm new to liquor-making and want to make a thick-fluid
      liquor and all my experiments fail!!!

      I can use a huge amount of sugar but I want to use an other
      ingredient because the amount of sugar is not suiteable for the
      kind of liquor I'm making.

      Is there anybody out there who knows how to thicken the liquor
      without using too much sugar??


      Yours Sincerely,


      Erwin Amesz



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