- I will try your design and let me know how it comes in the end. thanks and regards sunil ... __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!?Message 1 of 8 , Jan 4, 2007View SourceI will try your design and let me know how it comes in
thanks and regards
--- surya9375 <surya9375@...> wrote:
> Get some Active Carbon powder. Get a pipe of 2"__________________________________________________
> diameter (keep it
> above an inch to not have any wall effect). Close
> one end with a thick
> clean cloth by wraping the cloth to the mouth of the
> pipe and tying it
> with a piece of string. Push in some cotton through
> the other end all
> the way to the cloth end. and then fill with the
> active carbon powder.
> And let the alcohol drip through the open end. There
> :-) . This is
> what I use.
> Active Carbon is what is used to filter out any
> tastes. But if you
> want to filter for "ADDING" flavours. Like oak. Then
> beat the charcoal
> to as small as you want and fill that instead of the
> Active carbon powder.
> --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, Sunil Kumar
> <sunil_kumar_s@...> wrote:
> > Happy new year and expecting more and more sharing
> > new techniques and experiences.
> > Any body can advice me for building a small
> > filter.
> > Thanks and regards
> > Sunil
> > --- dvman45 <dvman45@...> wrote:
> > > I have filtered quite a few batches of vodka now
> > > always do it at
> > > 45%abv and bottle.I have also done several
> > > of rum and whiskey
> > > and filtered it at 45%abv after aging 30 or more
> > > days in oak chips. I
> > > am now about to run a 20gal.rum wash (next
> > > am thinking of
> > > charcoal filtering it at 45% abv before adding
> > > caramelized sugar and
> > > any oak aging. I am worried that doing it then
> > > remove alot of the
> > > flavor.Does anyone have an opinion on when the
> > > time for filtering
> > > is?
> > > Thanks Dave
> > >
> > >
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- Thankyou for the replies.I have decided to try filtering my rum at 45% abv before adding caramelized sugar and aging in oaks (some of each- raw,toasted, andMessage 2 of 8 , Jan 6, 2007View SourceThankyou for the replies.I have decided to try filtering my rum at 45%
abv before adding caramelized sugar and aging in oaks (some of each-
raw,toasted, and soaked in whiskey).After the aging process (2/3s at a
year if possible and 1/3 after at least 30 days (need some to tide me
over hahaha) I will filter again if I think it necessary. I will post
my results, Thanks, Dave