Some articles on distilled:

Petitgrain - Production
... Though distilled from the same botanical species as neroli and bitter orange, Petitgrain Essential Oil possesses its own characteristically unique aroma ... Petitgrain Essential Oil is distilled from the leaves and sometimes the twigs and branches of the tree whereas neroli essential oil is distilled from the blossoms ...
Microdistillery - Innovation
... small brands contract out distillation to larger firms (for example Oxley gin is distilled by Thames Distillers under contract for Bacardi, as is ... glassware not copper pot) on a small scale to produce distilled spirits which change from day to day in his bar, and Ian Hart uses vacuum equipment to conduct distillation at much reduced ...
Sauza Tequila - Products - Hornitos
... Hornitos Plata – 100% blue agave, double distilled, unaged Hornitos Reposado – 100% blue agave, double distilled, rested two months in 10,000 gallon oak vats Hornitos Añejo – 100% blue agave, double distilled ...
Products - Sauza Tequila
... Sauza Blanco – double distilled, unaged Sauza Extra Gold – double distilled, unaged 40% abv Sauza Blue Silver - 100% agave, double distilled, unaged Sauza Blue ...
Distilled Beverages
... A distilled beverage, spirit, or liquor is an alcoholic beverage containing ethanol that is produced by distilling (i.e ... The term hard liquor is used in North America to distinguish distilled beverages from undistilled ones (implicitly weaker) ...

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    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)