pot still


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pot still

[′pät ‚stil]
(food engineering)
A type of still in which the heat from a flame is applied directly to the pot containing the wash; used in the distillation of Irish grain whiskey and Scotch malt whiskey.
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Oude Molen still makes its Cognac-style brandy according to these centuries-old techniques at its distillery in Elgin, which houses two of the largest copper pot stills in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Garrison cocktail, made with pot still rum, botanical dram and cigar tincture, is finished with the toasted end of a cinnamon stick.
Having invested in new distilling equipment which includes a still, pot stills and mash tuns, production at the distillery will this year rise to 160,000 bottles, a 10% increase on last year's output, with year-on-year growth expected over the next five years.
We commission that in August and in January next year we will install a pair of pot stills, a different design which we think will produce a style of spirit that will complement existing ones and allow us, in time, to be creative with what we can produce in the distillery.
Made in pot stills that gave it a sweet taste, it was often adulterated by turpentine and sulphuric acid.
The DeAn-gelo brothers make their 94-proof gin in a custom-made, vacuum copper pot still, which allows the gin to be distilled at low temperatures.
4 proof) for Powers Gold Label, and the addition of a single pot still expression, Powers Signature Release.
Connemara Single Malt -- Produced at the renowned Cooley Distillery in Dundalk, this award-winning single malt is distilled in a traditional pot still using malted barley dried over a peat fire.
Chile, on the other hand, makes a Pisco that is mostly distilled in a continuous column still, although some boutique distillers use the pot still.