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distill

verb boil down, clarify, concentrate, decoct, destillare, draw forth, draw out, draw out the essence, drop, expel, extract, filtrate, filter, free from extraneous matter, press out, purify by removing the forrign and nonessential, reduce to extreme purity and strength, separate, squeeze out, stillare, strain, strain out, take out, trickle, vaporize and condense, wring
Associated concepts: distilled liquor, distilled spirits, distilllng apparatus, distilling the essence out of a case
See also: extract
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The venerable brand is distilled in a large copper alembic still using pure grain spirits, soft spring water and an infusion of seven hand-selected botanicals.
Fifty Pounds London Dry --This classically styled spirit is distilled in London on a base of neutral grain spirits and eleven botanicals, including juniper, angelica root, coriander, licorice root, Grains of Paradise from African, lemons and oranges and French herb savoury.
Daniel Barnes, president and cofounder of the Texas Distilled Spirits Association, said the new legislation would help the industry grow because consumers can now sample the products at the distilleries where they are made and talk to the experts who make them.
Asahi Kasei said the products should have been shipped as spirits because they included caramel as an additive, which is not allowed for ''shochu'' distilled spirits.
Initially, cocktails included any drink composed of a distilled spirit, sugar, water, and bitters; the addition of bitters was the defining characteristic as described by Jerry Thomas, a bartender in 1862 (Edmunds 47).
Although distilled water has a flat taste "people will get used to the taste," Jardine says.
Beginning with a cursory look at the classical world, Harper shows the very slow development of distilling through the Middle Ages and the even slower development of any desire to consume what was distilled.
Just who distilled the first whisk(e)y - the Scots or the Irish - remains a contentious issue, with many a fantastic story abounding both sides of the Irish Sea.
Krieger has described it as 'an abstracted medieval European townscape distilled to its most primary characteristics and the qualities of depth, transparency and light found in traditional Japanese architecture.
Use only deionized or distilled water in shell slurries.
4) * Researchers at Northeastern University discovered several kinds of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in 6 of 8 brands of bottled spring and distilled water purchased in the Boston area.
One Eight Distilling will introduce its first gin to market with the release of Ivy City Gin , an American dry gin distilled from locally-sourced grains (63% rye, 26% corn, and 11% malted rye), with forward notes of Juniper and Spicebush, and a subtle bouquet of additional botanicals.