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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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Marketing our brandies as Cape Brandy rather than pot still brandy is paying off as there is a lot of confusion around the category, he explains.
Cane's Zombie is made with pineapple juice, lime juice, simple syrup, apricot brandy, Hamilton Jamaican Pot Still black rum, Cockspur Barbados rum and Pusser's Gunpowder Proof rum.
The wine produced from them is then double distilled in small batches in age- old French alembic pot stills.
Traditionalists made small batches in pot stills, aged whiskey in charred barrels, and sold expensive bourbon.
than Volkswagen, more about pot stills than Diageo, more about opioid analgesics than GlaxoSmithKline or more about probability mathematics than Legal & General?
Then the juice and the agave fibre are placed together into wooden fermentation vats for 72 hours, and then distilled in limited-capacity, hand-made copper pot stills.
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.
Hand-crafted in small batches and triple distilled (same as Irish whiskey) in copper pot stills, it's more fragrant and fruity with butterscotch, toffee and caramel flavours finishing with lingering soft spice and a hint of chocolate.
Poitin, which was named after the copper pot stills used to distil the alcohol, was banned in the 17th century and wasn't legally sold until the end of the 1980s.
Pot stills contain five parts: the pot, the lid, and the tube that carries the steam from the pot into the coil in the condenser.
Anchor head distiller Bruce Joseph and Anchor brewmaster Mark Carpenter, two of the creators of Old Potrero Whiskey and Junipero Gin, developed Hophead Vodka using Anchor's small copper pot stills and two varieties of hops used in the brewery.
By the Ken "Irish whiskey is a mix of grains and it's partly made in pot stills but mainly in column stills.