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Re: Cususa - aguardiente clandestino

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  • castillo.alex2008
    Hi Wal Good Link That is the equivalent to UJSM, but they say rice and sometimes wheat are used. Alex ... (Nicaruaga,
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 5, 2008
      Hi Wal

      Good Link

      That is the equivalent to UJSM, but they say rice and sometimes wheat
      are used.

      Alex

      --- In new_distillers@yahoogroups.com, "waljaco" <waljaco@...> wrote:
      >
      > El cususero
      > http://www.simas.org.ni/revistaenlace/articulo/13
      >
      > Cususa is a homedistilled 'corn rum' from Central America
      (Nicaruaga,
      > Belize)
      > In the Belize version they add cut cane cut into 4 short strips that
      > goes into the fermenting mash and later into the distilling pot - it
      > adds flavor.
      >
      > Cususa (Nicaruaga)
      >
      > 6kg white maize (maiz blanco seco con buena germacion)
      > 2.25kg panela/dark brown sugar (dulce negro)
      > 20l water (agua)
      > Bakers yeast
      >
      > Place maize between hessian bags and keep moist for 4 days when it
      > should sprout.
      > Wash germinated grain and put it into a covered fermenter with the
      > sugar and water.
      > Ferment for about 1 week and distill (about 4 litres 50%abv).
      > The first distillation is called Guaro.
      > The second distillation is called Cususa.
      > The third distillation is called Mixtela.
      >
      > wal
      > See also -
      > http://groups.yahoo.com.group/Distillers/message/16920
      >
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