eau de vie

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strong coarse brandy

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In developing its eau-de-vie, Courvoisier uses only French oak barrels in the aging process.
The new Cuban rum is made with syrup derived from Cuban sugar cane and submitted to controlled distillation until a nice eau-de-vie is obtained, from which the rum is manufactured, then aged in white oak barrels.
While in the southern plains of Austria we were treated to a tour and tasting of Herr Golles's incredible selection of vinegars and eau-de-vie style schnaps-not the fruity liquor you may have sucked down in college.
The eau-de-vie is made from very pure and clean spirits and it has its own distinct fruit character.
Bonny Doon produces five distilled spirits, a Grappa di Moscato, a Grappa di Niagara, Cherise, and eau-de-vie of cherry, Poire, a pear eau-de-vie and Prunus, which Grahm calls an acquavit.
In France, 'liqueur de lait' is a similar recipe, involving the slow reducing of rich unpasteurised milk (the skin is skimmed off and used in other dishes chez Bras) which is then whisked with eau-de-vie or Cognac, making a very tasty tipple.
The first heating produces a milky brouil-lis, and the second a colourless eau-de-vie.
Tecno-Azucar sells 216 products for local use and export; these include white sugar, rum, eau-de-vie, sorbitol and candies.
VS (Very Superior), also sometimes known as Three Star, indicates that the youngest eau-de-vie in the blend is not less than 2.
VSOP (Very Superior Old Pale), VO (Very Old)and Reserve, indicates that the youngest eau-de-vie is at least 4.
George Spirits, based in Alameda, California, Rupf's eau-de-vie selection now includes framboise (raspberry), kirsch (cherry), and quince.
Oregon distiller makes brandy, eau-de-vie and grappa in Portland
99)SUMMER STRAWBERRY CORDIAL 250g fresh very ripe strawberries hulled and finely chopped 100g castor sugar 100ml water 1tsp tartaric acid (or 2 tsp fresh lemon juice) 12 ice cubes crushed 4 tsp gin or white rum (optional) 4 tsp brandy, eau-de-vie de fraise or other schnapps of choice (optional) Make 500ml (enough for 20 servings) Put the berries into a blender.
VSOP (Very Superior Old Pale), VO (Very Old) and Reserve, indicates that the youngest eau-de-vie is at least 4.