Whisky of grain :

The whisky of grain is produced starting from a wash composed of several cereals like corn, corn, the oats, the rye and even of a little green barley and malted barley.

The wash is distilled in column stills: two large columns connected by pipes in which of the pumped vapour evaporates the wash and produces a recovered distillate. Alcohol thus produced hardly offers taste, and can, after treatment, to be as well used for medical uses as to be used as a basis for the gin or vodka.

The alcohol preserved for the whisky assemblies for three years the legal length of time minimum. One find whisky of grain marketed as such, but in an unimportant quantity.

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