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  • You are going to make your own pisco and you need to make decisions about the production process. Answer the following questions: 1) Would use commercial or native yeasts? Why? 2) What kind of still would you use? How would you heat the still? 3) What kind of vessel would you use for resting? 4) What unique characteristics would your label have?

    John Douglass updated 3 months ago 2 Members · 1 Reply
  • John Douglass

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    July 7, 2022 at 2:47 pm

    1. Native, to have variety by vintage, which could be marketed and sold by vintages.

    2. Copper pot, heated by wood.

    3. I would rest in stainless steel.

    4. I would create a pisco label that is inspired by craft mezcal labels like Vago, giving the consumer or bartender a lot of details about the pisco.

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