White Spirits

White Spirits

 

a benzine solvent, a mixture of liquid hydrocarbons that boils out between 160° and 200°C. One of the petroleum solvents, it is used primarily in the paint and varnish industry.

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Table 69: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for White Spirits by Product Segment - Vodka, Gin, and Rum Segments Independently Analyzed by Annual Volume Sales for the Years 2000 through 2010 in Thousand Liters (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-95
If white spirits want to go abroad, white spirit culture should go first.
I can say with great pride and humility that Pisco Porton[TM] is not just one of the finest piscos ever made, it is one of the finest white spirits ever made," said Johnny Schuler.
The official ten year summary issue, released in September, includes rankings of 715 beers, 545 brandies, 485 fortified wines, 244 liqueurs, 473 whiskies and 342 white spirits.
South Korea levies a 35% tax on ''soju'' liquor, which is almost exclusively produced in South Korea, while levying a 100 % tax on whisky and brandy, and 80% on white spirits including vodka, rum and gin.
Mix equal measures of the five white spirits -vodka,gin, Bacardi, Cointreau and Tequila -with ice, shake and top with Coca Cola.
Diageo announced that Norma Suter Drew has been named senior vice president of marketing for premium white spirits and for scotch brands currently managed by Schieffelin & Somerset, which will be transferred to Diageo North America on July 1.
POLICE are investigating a fire which started after someone poured white spirits into an outhouse in Coventry last night.
The overall trend is very much away from brown spirits like whisky and towards white spirits like vodka and gin,' said editor Graham Holter.
As I mentioned earlier, Nepal is basically a whisky market, but the market for white spirits (vodka and gin) is also growing.
Especially those Caucasian blondes and white spirits.
Delivery on shelf is great for the white spirits but rather muted for the dark ones, which has dulled shelf presence.