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pot still

n
(Brewing) a type of still used in distilling whisky in which heat is applied directly to the pot in which the wash is contained
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Exclusively using sustainably farmed agave from their farms, the company bakes their agave in masonry ovens, slow ferments without any additives, and double distills in pot stills.
Triple-distilled in copper pot stills, the spirit preserves the storied traditions of whiskey production.
Even those who can't stand the taste of the stuff will find something deeply relaxing in the steaming alcoholic cosiness emitting from the bubbling copper pot stills.
Inspired by the rarity, craft and heritage of Blue Label, Dixon's bespoke copper case is a nod to the art of whisky-making and sheen of pot stills.
Single malt: Made from malted barley and distilled in batches in copper pot stills.
And that it is made using column stills, not the pot stills used in making cognac; and aged in oak barrels, like whiskey, resulting in flavors that a single malt lover can relate to.
His company distills in copper pot stills within a 36,000-square-foot facility, using Louisiana sugarcane.
Oude Molen still makes its Cognac-style brandy according to these centuries-old techniques at its distillery in Elgin, which houses two of the largest copper pot stills in the Southern Hemisphere.
Cheaper products come from column stills with little or no aging; artisanal versions are distilled in pot stills and aged in oak barrels.
And the type of pot still matters as well: copper pot stills are said to develop smoother tequilas than stainless steel stills by removing sulfur and bitterness, creating a smoother spirit.
The two are deeply intertwined; scotch is influenced by everything from the peat smoke used to dry the barley, to the size and shape of pot stills used to produce the spirit.
Marked by bronze tones, pendant light fixtures, and a polished metallic bar, the clean-lined juxtaposition draws its inspiration from the copper pot stills used to make the Swedish vodka brand Absolut's premium Elyx label.