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  • Deb
    Leftovers--we put ours in a jar and save them to use in our thumper/doubler the next time. Not sure how this would work with flavored product tho. Will have
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      Leftovers--we put ours in a jar and save them to use in our thumper/doubler
      the next time. Not sure how this would work with flavored product tho.
      Will have to give it a try and see!

      Deb Brewer

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      -----Original Message-----
      From: BJ & FM Poke [mailto:bjfm@...]
      Sent: Saturday, February 19, 2000 11:28 PM
      To: Distillers@onelist.com
      Subject: [Distillers] mark


      From: "BJ & FM Poke" <bjfm@...>


      mark,the raspberry distillate sounds good==two options go on to the next
      stage which will give you a "cleaner" product,to do this put the two
      fractions back together and re-distill it as per the advice at
      www.geocities.com/kiwi_distiller go to index and click on double
      distilling and follow ,it's damn good advice, if you don't have anymore
      feedstock do it with a smaller still or less load===2. don't try and
      re-ferment what you are calling feints[they are actually part of your low
      wines] you are better to put them aside if you don't travel with option one
      and throw them in next time,not neccessarily with raspberry either another
      fruit feedstock will overpower the rasp.,besides rasp. will give a nice lift
      to something more mundane==we are currently setting up a fruit brandy
      distillery,mainly calvados[apple], it's certainly challenging==let me know
      how you go==many regards brian

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