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  • bryan.j.maloney posted 3 years ago

    Actually, this is gin, it's just not "distilled gin". It's a tincture or compounded gin. That being said, one doesn't have to use vodka. One could also use everclear to bring out less-soluble compounds and then dilute with distilled water to an appropriate proof.

  • Bret Campos posted 5 years ago

    My wife drinks Gin anI drink Vodka , maybe this could be something fun to do

  • Robert posted 5 years ago

    Except these aren't gins, which are typically distilled three times, with the third distillation incorporating botanicals into the still, where they flavor the vapor that comes off as the still concentrates alcohol.

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