Re: [Distillers] Re: Quality of sugar based Vodka
- Dear Bokakob
Thanks for your detailed reply, advice and encouragement. I will let you know how I get on.
bokakob <bokakob@...> wrote:
Yes, it is very possible to achieve superior results producing
"hobby vodka" compared to that of famous brands. It is so clear and
pure that it tastes "unreal clean." It is relatively easy to
obtain pure ethanol extract from the mash. There are many refluxed
still "designs" available for your liking. Here is one for
your reference - http://tinyurl.com/aslaj
I have built several incarnations of various architectures, some are
easier to build and some are just more aesthetic to look at. All of
them are equal and are working the same. All of them distill, or
extract, alcohol from the mash. It is another story to "condition"
or "age" the raw spirit. Here you need the talent as in any art. It
can be just a teaspoon full of sugar with a tablespoon of glycerin.
It can be carbon filtering and oak aging. The possibilities are
endless and your imagination is the only limit.
I am advocating pure spirit because if you conquer this trade then
you can add a variety of flavors and tincture to the pure spirit and
achieve almost any flavor you wish. Many commercial distilleries are
already doing it without widely publicizing the trick
Dealing with heads and tails in a continuous distillation is a
different story. In a few words you collect them at a different level
in a very high column. It is not a subject for this message.
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