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, "djpotpie" <djpotpie@...> wrote:
> On the last rum distillation we did at the distillery I collected
> those last tails after it dropped below 35% and kept them seperate.
> me say that those are some vile smelling tails! You can actually
> them from 50 ft. away. I don't think I can bring myself to add them
> back to the next distillation. nasty. -mike
I'm aware that as a commercial distiller you have specific procedures
to follow with every step of your process. Being proprietary, you can
hardly divulge them on an open forum. Things such as how you prepare
your molasses, what pH you shoot for, running temps, speeds etc., all
have a bearing on the product outcome as I'm sure you are aware. But
without that info, I can't say why you may be getting different
results to others. R&D is called for. If you wish, we can continue
this in private ( no I don't charge for it :) ). I'm a great
believer in the old adage "Two heads are better than one".