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The resurgence of classic cocktails has paved the way for a lesser known category to fall back into favor: brandy. But what exactly is brandy? The word brandy itself is derived from the Dutch word “brantwijn”, which translates to “burned wine”. That crude description is actually quite fitting. Brandy is produced one of two ways. The most common method is to distill from wine/grapes or other juices such as apple, pear, or cherry. The other method used is to distill from pomace, the leftover bits from the wine making process such as skins, pulp, and seeds.
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