Applejack is an alcoholic beverage made from apples. It goes back to the time when the United States was still an English colony. It is produced from the raw must concentration by fractional distillation at very low or hot temperature.
The term apple “jack" comes from...
Brandy is a word I am sure you keep bumping into all the time, and even if you're not into learning about fine liquors. English movie anyone ? Fancy a brandy, my dear ?
But are you sure about what it means and encompasses ?
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Juniper based spirits (Gin, Genever, Juniper berries)
Agave based spirits (Tequila, Mezcal, Raicilla, Bacanora, Sotol, Pulque)
Fruit based spirits (Eaux de Vies, Fruit brandies, Calvados, Applejack)
Anything based spirits (Vodka)
Grape or pomace based spirits (Cognac, Armagnac, Pisco, Grappa, Marc, Fine)
Herbs and spices based spirits
(anis-based, raki, ouzo, pastis, liqueur, creme de liqueurs, vermouth)