Re: why is my MUM so dry?
- mason and jim i found the problem with my dry MUM.i had my great
uncle try it in the old trusty old pot still i used to use.
distilled only 2 times and tastes good.leaving me to think its the
keg that was sitting for 2 years half full of beer.im going shopping
for a new boiler in the morn.... P.S. jim, no more dry martini for
me and mason stop putting your name on all my damn jars. ;)--- In
email@example.com, "jamesonbeam1" <jamesonbeam1@...>
> Sparkloid is just for clarifying your wash. It has nothing to do
> "dryness" or your aluminum keg.the
> If your not into martinis or drinking "dry" stuff, maybe following
> MUM recipe just using white cane sugar isnt for ya. You mightwant to
> try checking out "maceration" in our Info base and going to a ginor
> something. Also might want to explore going into rum making andare
> substituting molasses and brown sugars in the MUM recipe - there
> many many postings and info on this - ya could also try somebrandy
> mixtures [:)] . As far as saki goes, the Chinese make some evenwill
> stronger stuff that will put ya "under" and as far as "the maker
> leave his mark" goes - "Maker's Mark" is one of my favoriteBourbons
> Vino es Veritas,
> "Shaken, not stirred please."
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "homemade12476"
> <homemade12476@> wrote:
> > i have just started useing sparkloid,could this be the prob or
> > likly thr alum keg?my wash clears for about 4days.and as for youmy
> > james,im not a martini drinker but i can tell you this a small
> > japanse steakhouse thats makes some saki/timis that will put you
> > under....... "jack is a big man but jim is bigger",,sofar its it
> > brothers saying but heres mine ,"the maker will leave his mark"i
> > guess its what you like tomuch at hurts ya.