corn liquor

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Noun1.corn liquor - whiskey illegally distilled from a corn mashcorn liquor - whiskey illegally distilled from a corn mash
corn whiskey, corn whisky, corn - whiskey distilled from a mash of not less than 80 percent corn
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With spirits, though, it's reasonable to pose the question: Is a whiskey produced the same way for 100 years considered craft, as opposed to some neutral grain spirit bought from a large distillery, then redistilled or bottled by an entrepreneur?
This starts with a water balloon that is dropped in a super chiller, an immersion circulator running on half water, half a neutral grain spirit.
A clear, neutral grain spirit, gin is one of the few liquors rarely drunk neat and is distilled with botanicals, citrus fruits and fragrant herbs to develop its unique flavour profile and aromatics.
It's a little more flavorful than a neutral grain spirit, so it doesn't taste totally like a liqueur or a flavored vodka.
This is made by taking a neutral grain spirit (usually produced in a column still) and redistilling after the botanicals, such as juniper, are added.
These can be used as the cakes' base whiskey, brandy, vodka, or when a base flavor is undesired, a neutral grain spirit.