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neutral spirits

[′nü·trəl ′spir·əts]
(food engineering)
An alcohol distillate from a fermented grain mash of 190 proof or higher that is used for producing blended whiskey. Also known as grain neutral spirits.
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Midori--A Japanese liqueur produced by Suntory that is made from a base of neutral spirits and proprietary honeydew melon flavors.
The highly rectified, neutral spirit then is redistilled with the introduction of botanicals.
Thanks to current trends in cocktails and mixology, and an influx of new expressions and brands, the neutral spirit flavored with botanicals--primarily juniper--that first was used as a medicinal beverage in the 16th century is morphing into a sleek, sexy spirit that's attracting new consumers today.
A fermented mash of corn, barley malt, or other cereal grains are distilled into highly rectified, neutral spirits, which are then redistilled through a basketlike device containing aromatics and botanicals.
It is not legal to enrich a tequila after distillation with grain neutral spirits.
Vodka, gin, neutral spirits and some types of rum and brandy are all unaged.
Neutral spirits, except fruit Cordials and premixed alcoholic cocktails
and is the only certified carbon neutral spirits company in the world.
VeeV is distilled in the only renewable wind-powered distillery in the United States and is the only certified carbon neutral spirits company in the world.
Olifant is considered an exceedingly fine spirit beverage, and is made exclusively from 100% neutral spirits distilled from grain.