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

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Boasting a perfect balance of aroma and taste, it's great if you've tried lots of different brandies and are looking for a fuller-tasting brandy experience.
The restaurants stock a variety of classic brandies, says the chef, but the favorite is craft producer Copper & Kings.
Recent history has been dominated by big brands making conventional brandies with table grape varietals, or by the French school of craft traditions.
Wines and brandies are tasted blind in groups of ten at a time by a panel that consist of seven wine or brandy experts.
When brandies age, the chemical interactions between the spirits and wood casks they mature in determines their colors, scents and tastes.
For those who enjoy an extra special kick, Monte Bello's Coffee Brandies contain 5%abv and are strictly for adults.
Louis XIII Black Pearl is made by blending 1,200 unblended brandies and will come in a special crystal bottle designed by French crystal vessel maker Baccarat, it said.
In contrast to the budget-blowing brandies, though, Tesco is about to release its own XO (Extra Old, aged six years) Cognac, priced at under pounds 20, after seeing demand rising by 30% over the last year.
Grape brandies from other countries such as Mexico, South Africa or Spain are made almost exactly as in Cognac, using a double-distillation process in copper pot stills.
Despite its humble roots, the Germain-Robin Distillery has been producing critically-acclaimed brandies for just over a decade.
Basically they are fruit brandies, and they're distilled like brandies in alembic pot stills.
Fundador and Terry brandies won 10 gold medals, culminating in Fundador Supremo 18 YO being awarded as the 'Best Grape Brandy' at the 2018 Hong Kong International Wine and Spirit Competition.