How to make Home Made Liqueur"s

How to make Home Made Liqueur"s

Fake Absinthe Makes 1 pint 2 1/2 tsp dried wormwood 1 pint vodka 2 teaspoons chopped angelica root 3 teaspoons crushed anise seed 3 crushed cardamom pods 1/2 teaspoon ground coriander 1/2 teaspoon crushed fennel seed 1/2 teaspoon marjoram Place the wormwood in vodka for two days, filter, add remaining herbs and let sit for one week. Filter and then […]

Cologne Spirits

The highest grade of distilled alcohol is called Cologne spirits, used largely in the preparation of perfumes, etc., and is said to be more absolute in its purity than ordinary alcohol. It should be so pure that it is absolutely colorless and odorless, Diluted Alcohol or Proof Spirit. – Diluted alcohol (alcohol dilu-tum), proof spirit, is spirit containing fifty per […]

Alcoholic Drinks helps in various Medical Purposes

  DCSL EXTRA SPECIAL  Protects your heart Prevents Constipation  Blocks diarrhea Improves lung capacity  Cushions joints WHITE DIAMOND Combats cancer Controls blood pressure Saves your eyesight Shields against Alzheimer”s Slows aging process BLUE LABEL Aids digestion Lowers cholesterol Protects your heart Stabilizes blood sugar Guards against liver disease DOUBLE DISTILLED Battles diabetes Lowers cholesterol Helps stops strokes Controls blood pressure […]

Herbs and spices in cocktails

Angelica Tasting notes: The whole plant is aromatic. When rubbed, young stalks and leaves have a sweet, musky scent; the taste is musky and bittersweet, slightly earthy,and warm, with notes of celery, anise, and juniper. The flowers have a honeyed fragrance. Combines well with: almonds, apricots, hazelnuts, oranges, plums, rhubarb, strawberries  Agastache or Anise Hyssop Tasting Notes: anise hyssop has […]

Alcohol Antiseptic

Alcohol at a strength of about 10 per cent. and upwards acts as a preservative of many organic substances. and is often added to medicinal preparations, extracts, wines, etc., to prevent putrefactive deterioration. In the absence of better antiseptic remedies it may serve as a useful application to wounds if used somewhat freely and of not too low a strength […]

Alcohol Mixed with Water Experiment

Alcohol Mixed with Water Experiment

Adding together 40millilitres of alcohol and water. Surprisingly the mixture added up to about 78 millilitres amd not the expected 80 ml. Like a good science you try the experiment for couple of times and yes it will give you the same result. We found out that 40 ml of water added to 40ml of alcohol gave 78ml! When alcohol […]

How to Make Wood Alcohol

How to Make Wood Alcohol

Cellulose, which constitutes about 50 per cent, of wood, can be partially resolved into dextrose and other sugars by treatment with acids under pressure. After neutralisation of the acid, the sugars, or the greater part of them, can be fermented with yeast, and the resulting alcohol separated by distillation. On the ground of economy, sawdust or other wood waste is […]

Oxidation Of Alcohol

Speaking broadly, oxidising agents convert ethyl alcohol into aldehyde and acetic acid: – C2H5.OH+O=CH3.CHO + H1O; C2H5.OH+O2=CH3.COOH + H1O. The character and quantity of the products vary, however, according to the conditions of the oxidation. When this is carried out with potassium dichromate or permanganate in aqueous-acid solution, the foregoing are the products; with permanganate in neutral solution, acetic acid, […]

Alcohol Calculations

Alcohol Calculations

(1). To convert percentage of alcohol by volume into percentage by weight. Multiply the volume percent age by the specific gravity of absolute alcohol (0 7936), and divide the product by the specific gravity of the liquid in question. For let S be the specific gravity of the liquid (at 15.6°/l5.6o). Then 100 c.c. weigh 100 Sρ grams, where ρ […]