Sugar, and all about sugar washes. Where the primary ingredient is sugar, and other things are just used as nutrients.

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Post by DonaldDrunk72 » Tue Aug 11, 2020 6:43 am

OK, so we make a lot of spirits from sugar washes, its basically a neutral spirit, what do you blend/infuse with it to make a reasonable drink.

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Post by still_stirrin » Tue Aug 11, 2020 7:55 am

I’ve made a tasty “cowboy coffee” macerating some whole coffee beans in the neutral. Or, a “panty dropper” is popular with the women. And of course, a gin is always good to make from a neutral. Absinthe anyone?

But I can’t believe you don’t have any idea what to do with your neutral spirits. You’re in this hobby for creativity, right? Get creative.
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Re: Blending

Post by Tummydoc » Tue Aug 11, 2020 8:13 am

Limoncello, nocino, gin, apple pie, sambuca, vodka, ginger vodka, any fruit maceration. Ginger vodka makes a great Moscow mule

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