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BRANDY. A spirituous liquor made of wine by distillation. See stat. 22 Car. H. c. 4.

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On the list are American brandy from Bertoux and Laird's Applejack; Cognacs from Hine, Pierre Ferrand and Remy Martin; and Lustau Brandy de Jerez from Spain.
There was more talk about Brandy de Jerez and how the history of Carlos I dates back to 1889.
Unflavored vodka: Finlandia Classic Vodka; Flavored vodka: Ketel One Citroen Flavored Vodka; Gin: Beefeater London Dry Gin; Rum: Dos Maderas PX 5+5 Rum; Bourbon: George T Sragg 17 Years Old Kentucky Straight Bourbon; Rye: Sazerac Straight 18 Years Old Rye Whiskey; Blended Irish Whiskey: Michael Collins; Single Malt Irish Whiskey: Tyrconnell Madeira Finish 10 Years Old Single Malt; Canadian Whisky: Canadian Mist Black Diamond; Brandy: Cardenal Mendoza Brandy de Jerez 17 Years Old.
Most Spanish brandy is made in two regions: the sherry-producing region around Jerez de la Frontera, which produces Brandy de Jerez; and the Penedes region north of Catalonia.