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How To Clarify Whiskey &c






Take any vessel of convenient size, take one end out and make it clean,
by scalding or otherwise; bore the bottom full of holes, a quarter of an
inch in diameter--lay thereon three folds of flannel, over which spread
ground maple charcoal and burnt brick-dust, made to the consistence of
mortar, with whiskey, about two inches thick, pour your whiskey or
brandy thereon, and let it filter thro' the charcoal, flannel, &c. after
which you will find the spirit to have scarcely any taste or smell of
whiskey.--Elevate the filtering cask so as to leave room to place a
vessel to receive the spirit under it.


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