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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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Travis Hasse's Original Apple Pie Liqueur is also made Temperance, MI, using several varieties of apples, cinnamon, baking spices and premium neutral spirits distilled from locally sourced grain.
Magellan--The small batch gin is made in Cognac from triple-distilled neutral spirits, spring water and 11 freeze-dried botanicals.
This involves a continuous flow of the neutral spirits through tanks containing at least 1.
Founded in 1890 and headquartered in Managua, Nicaragua, Compania Licorera de Nicaragua (CLDN) is a recognized leader in the production of the finest sugarcane-based spirits in the world, including nine types of rum, four aguardientes, neutral spirits and aged alcohol.
Infusing neutral spirits with whole and ground green tea leaves, ZEN is then blended in several herbs, such as lemongrass, along with other natural flavors to achieve its exquisite taste.
The latent demand for bottled blends of whiskey without neutral spirits in Greater China is not actual or historic sales.
It's very crisp; the dill stands out along the background of those neutral spirits, and the gin has the botanicals that play nicely with the dill," he says.
To create the gin, master distiller Jared Brown first macerates juniper berries up to 45 hours in neutral spirits.
Both Madeira and port are fortified wines, meaning the sweet versions have had neutral spirits added to the wine in mid-fermentation, which stops the process before all the sugar in the grape juice has been converted into alcohol.