Have been busy !
- I have been checking the archives about once a week for messages
but work has been hell and keeping me on my toes. My still was
shipped last Sunday or monday from Ray and I've just been scanning
Tony's site to death. I hope I dont wear it out! Any way hope all is
well with all of you, I cant wait to get cracking when my stuff
arrives. I'll talk to you all soon.
PS: Ray Toms is one hell of a nice guy ! Everyone should be doing
business with him.
- Do you have any recipes other than sugar wash yet?
What ingredients are used to make different drinks?
--- Dean Jones <joneskds@...> wrote:
> I have been checking the archives about once a week__________________________________________________
> for messages
> but work has been hell and keeping me on my toes. My
> still was
> shipped last Sunday or monday from Ray and I've just
> been scanning
> Tony's site to death. I hope I dont wear it out! Any
> way hope all is
> well with all of you, I cant wait to get cracking
> when my stuff
> arrives. I'll talk to you all soon.
> PS: Ray Toms is one hell of a nice guy ! Everyone
> should be doing
> business with him.
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- have a question ... in distillers web site and some others it seems the
is to make the pure stuff and then mix it with things to make certain
is there any difference bettween pure alcohol of 80-90% alcohol made from
grapes ect ect. do many stillers just make alcohol as pure as they can and
then mix in ingredients to make different liquiors , just curious because
looking to make grappa (have posted before about it) and it seems like there
would be techniques using the different fruits ect that would be different
than say the process of another?
I guess i was looking for more of a step by step it seems that every fruit
or veg is different and the process is different is there any books that
have this kind of treatments
i have one book but is very vaugue on the details .