distilled liquor

distilled liquor

[də′stild ′lik·ər]
(food engineering)
Alcoholic beverages obtained by distilling an alcohol-containing liquid such as wine or fermented fruit juice and then further treating the distillate to obtain a beverage of specific character. Also known as hard liquor.
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The dinner, which featured kimchi, a traditional Korean dish of hotly spiced Chinese cabbage, and clear distilled liquor made in South Korea, had a friendly atmosphere, the sources said.
You're not going to turn on the television and see floods of distilled liquor ads,'' said Fred Meister, head of the Distilled Spirits Council.
For example, in the distilled liquor area, venal bartenders will substitute inexpensive bar whiskey for high priced premium brands.
In 1830 the average American drank 10 gallons of distilled liquor a year.
Sales of distilled liquor by beer, wine and distilled alcoholic beverage merchant wholesalers increased 29.
2 fluid ounces) of distilled liquor into the state.
Shochu, a Japanese distilled liquor for which Kagoshima Prefecture is famous, and brown sugar were Hongo's favorites.
has reported it will enter the "shochu" distilled liquor market, with the Nov.
Asahi Breweries Ltd, Japan's largest domestic beer maker, will buy the low-alcohol and "shochu" -- or distilled liquor -- businesses of chemical firm Asahi Kasei Corp, the two companies said.
South Korea's National Assembly approved a bill Monday designed to equalize the tax on imported whiskey to that on home-produced "soju," a white distilled liquor, from Jan.
This compares with 2-1/2 gallons of wine and nearly 1-1/2 gallons of distilled liquor.
Rhode Island currently allows residents to order alcohol from out of state no more than five times per year and in amounts limited to three gallons of wine or distilled liquor, or eight gallons of malt liquor.