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dis·till

(dis-til'),
To extract a substance by distillation.
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distill

(dĭs-tĭl′) [L. destillare, to drop from]
To vaporize by heat and condense and collect the volatilized products.
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A NOSE FOR HISTORY: Catriona McCrimmon checks the maturing whisky, the first distilled in Wales for more than a century Picture: Trevor Waters
Asahi Kasei said the products should have been shipped as spirits because they included caramel as an additive, which is not allowed for ''shochu'' distilled spirits.
Initially, cocktails included any drink composed of a distilled spirit, sugar, water, and bitters; the addition of bitters was the defining characteristic as described by Jerry Thomas, a bartender in 1862 (Edmunds 47).
Although distilled water has a flat taste "people will get used to the taste," Jardine says.
Beginning with a cursory look at the classical world, Harper shows the very slow development of distilling through the Middle Ages and the even slower development of any desire to consume what was distilled. The aqua vitae created by alchemists remained a scientific curiosity, a substance not easily assimilated into regular diet.
Distilled spirits producers voluntarily agreed to ban the use of radio advertising in 1936 and television advertising in 1948.
According to the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States, Washington, D.C., distillers do not recommend that consumers drink beverage alcohol for health reasons.
The Robbins was not overtly about Romeo (it preceded West Side Story by eight years), but its touching, almost abstract masked ballroom for the "ins" and the "outs" irresistibly recalled it, just as the Limon suggests the subtle dramatic essence of Othello distilled into a passionate dance of exquisitely fractured formality.
Eventually, alcoholic beverages were distilled. Since alcohol boils at a lower temperature than water does, the initial vapors of the beverage are higher in alcohol than the original liquid.
* Use only deionized or distilled water in shell slurries.
* A British study found high levels of bacteria in 20 of 29 non-carbonated mineral waters.(4) * Researchers at Northeastern University discovered several kinds of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in 6 of 8 brands of bottled spring and distilled water purchased in the Boston area.(5)
He had already distilled 28 liters of Kanyanga which were also seized alongside equipment and materials he was using," he said.