- --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "vojeto" <vojeto@y...> wrote:
> Maybe I wasn't specific enough. Assume we're dealing with one
> type (e.g. whiskey). Suppose you get one unit of heads to 3 unitsof
> tails from a run. If you bung them together, then what you add tocould
> the next run is feints in the proportion of 1 of heads to 3 of
> tails. Now, if you kept the heads and the tails separate, you
> add feints in the proportion of, say 1 of heads to 2 of tails.[Obviously,
> Wouldn't this give even more control and repeatability?
> I'm speaking from a position of ignorance here.]Most certainly! By all means, go ahead and experiment, and KEEP
NOTES! That's the beauty of this hobby. We try all sorts of
additions, subtractions, concoctions, etc. to arrive at something
that pleases us. If it doesn't please us then we can always throw
it in the general feints bucket and reflux it to make an acceptible
vodka, and maybe use that as a base for a real nice schnapps. Not
many hobbies can boast that kind of versatility.