Re: [new_distillers] Re: cloudy diluted spirit
- If you don't mind me asking Whynda, what process did you use? Dilute first, then add other ingredients? I'm curious how you maintained the clarity.
whynda <hstuiber@...> wrote:
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Robert Thomas <whosbrewing@y...
> wrote:I made a "Limoncello" out of all limes, no lemons at all and I did it
> What about soaking the peel after diluting.
> Nothing insoluble (that will cause clouding) will
> disolve at this strength.
> ? too obvious, I'm sure. Any experience out there?
> Greetings all,
at drinking strength, about 25%, it took a little longer to do but the
flavour is just out of this world and the brew is a beautiful clear
yellow. (no specimen jokes please)
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- --- In email@example.com, king pin
> If you don't mind me asking Whynda, what process did you use? Dilutefirst, then add other ingredients? I'm curious how you maintained the
yep, diluted it first to the required strenth, about 25%, then used
about 7 limes which I washed in detergent and warm water with a soft
scrubbing brush. I rinsed the washed limes and dried them then zested
them using a tool I found in a kitchen appliance shop called a
"Microplane", a thing sort of like a surform file but a lot sharper.
Because the strength was down to 25% it took longer to extract all the
flavours and colours. At no time was the breew ever cloudy. When it
was filtered I added glucose syrup and sugar to taste ..... Cheers.
hope this has been of help
- If the cloudiness is due to essential oils, increase the a.b.v. to
50% or greater - water causes them to precipitate.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Lindsay Williams" <linw@x>
> Limoncello is made that way and certainly is cloudy. That's the only
> way it can be with the citrus oils. So drink it as is and be happy!
> --- In email@example.com, king pin
> <kingpin_kingpin2001@y...> wrote:
> > I hadn't considered the oils from the tangerene peels, ty Levi.
> I'll leave the spirit as is, regardless of the ABV when adding
> ingredients that may release oils in the future. The taste still
> remains very nice but the colour....ugh...
> > KP
> > Levi Langershank <unit_77@h...> wrote:
> > Ahhh...I would suspect the Orange oils...if thats the case,just
> > it.....its not gonna hurt...JMPO...:>)
> > Levi
> > (THIS REPLY HAS BEEN OFFICIALLY EDITED)
> > >From: king pin
> > >Subject: RE: [new_distillers] cloudy diluted spirit
> > >Txs for the replies Cary, Roderick, Levi,
> > >
> > I had originally had the spirit sitting with mandarine peels for
> colour and
> > flavour. >KP
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