Dear curious readers,
Following up on an article about brandy back in November, here is a little summary about what you need to know about the spirits based of grapes. Enjoy!
Dear Curious Readers,
Let’s avoid any boring intro and go straight to the fact: Brandy (from brandywine, derived from Dutch brandewijn, gebrande wijn or "burned wine") is a spirit produced by distilling wine.
Spiritsfully's favorite grappa is Capovilla ... but many more good and better and better ones are now available, even outside Italy.
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Non alcoholic spirits
Juniper based spirits (Gin, Genever, Juniper berries)
Sugarcane based spirits (Rum, Rhum Agricole, Cachaca, Arrack batavia, ..)
Agave based spirits (Tequila, Mezcal, Raicilla, Bacanora, Sotol, Pulque)
Fruit based spirits (Eaux de Vies, Fruit brandies, Calvados, Applejack)
Anything based spirits (Vodka)
Grain based spirits
Baijiu, soju, shoshu, korn
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)