Tequila

First of all, this Banana Brandy is insanely tasty. In fact, I think it’s one of the best things I have made so far. Wifey certainly thinks so! You can call it different things. Banana Vodka, Banana Rakjia etc. But at the end of the day, this is something I would completely recommend trying. The
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There are all kinds of cool gadgets, gear, and toys that you’ll want as you get going, but you really only need a couple of items to start making your own moonshine at home. This week’s Shiner Speak: Hydrometer Fermenters on Amazon. https://amzn.to/3vLRhUY Beginner Stills on Amazon https://amzn.to/2SiHQ1N How I made a 25-gal still for
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This started as a slight spoof of Ralfy’s whisky channel, but then yielded a completely unexpected result. Yes I did do the clickbait thing I joked about in the video. Here’s Ralfy’s fairly open minded analysis of the contents of the two bottles. If you enjoy these videos you can help support the channel with
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I made an agave spirit like Mezcal and Tequila from Agave Syrup that I bought at the grocery store. I used some interesting techniques to bump up the flavor profile and get as close to a traditional flavor as possible with agave syrup. If you’d like to support my channel, here’s my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/BeardedAndBored
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👉 Sign Up to our Newsletter! https://liveandgive4x4.com/newsletter Hi friends! Before this pandemic, we were traveling Mexico mainland and we went to the beautiful Pueblo Magico of Tequila and there we learned how Tequila is really made! What a day! See here the tour and behind the scenes of Jose Cuervo Factory, some Tequila tasting, and
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Mezcal is a spirit which has been growing in popularity in recent years. Like tequila, it is made from the agave plant, but while tequila is made with only one type of agave, the Blue Agave or Agave tequilana weber, mezcal can be made with many different varieties of agave, though the Agave espadin is
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Patrón tequila is considered ultra premium tequila, which makes it one of the most expensive spirits you can buy. A top shelf handmade crystal bottle can cost as much as $7,500. Each bottle of tequila is made with the same recipe the company used on its first day of operation at the Jalisco distillery in
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A lot of people have been asking me how much wood to use and how long to use it for when ageing spirits at home. So let’s have a look at a quick, medium and long version. —————————————————————- Using different types of wood: Preparing & Toasting Wood: Tasting Different Woods: —————————————————————- Get more from Chase
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Nestled in the Highlands of Jalisco is Casa San Matias, the family-owned distillery where owner Carmen Villarreal oversees the team and the creation of all Corazón Tequilas. Every part of the Tequila making process happens here, from the agave harvest to the bottling of the spirit, keeping true to the storied craft of tequila and
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Oh man, you guys will love this one! It’s not tequila. It’s not mescal. But it’s so easy to make and will be a great, refreshing drink for summer time. It turns out light, citrusy (is that a word?) and just plain delicious. Summertime in a glass! Sorry about the mix up halfway through. I
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Join Brad as he visits Desert Door Distillery to learn how to harvest and distill sotol, a tequila-like spirit from Texas Hill Country. Still haven’t subscribed to Bon Appetit on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/1TLeyPn ABOUT BON APPÉTIT Cook with confidence using Bon Appetit’s kitchen tips, recipes, videos, and restaurant guides. Stay current on the latest food
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