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What's the difference between Vodka and Moonshine?

Generally, when people refer to "moonshine" and they are referring to what can be purchased legally, they are really referring to "white whiskey" (a.k.a. un-aged whiskey), or whiskey that has not been ...
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How many types of gin are there?

Before going to the various types of gin, I feel it necessary to define a few terms and for simplification I am going to use Wikipedia. What is gin? Gin is a spirit which derives its predominant ...
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What's the difference between Cava and Champagne?

Well, Champagne has to come from Champagne and has made out of a combination of 3 grapes (Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier or Chardonnay) and made using the Méthode Champenoise techniques. They think this ...
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What's the difference between Amaretto and Crème de Noyaux?

What's the difference between Amaretto and Crème de Noyaux? Amaretto County of origin: Italy (Saronno, Italy) Alcohol by Volume: 28% Flavor: Slight bitter almond "Flavoured from bitter almonds, ...
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What's the difference between Vodka and Moonshine?

Moonshine is any alcohol that is made illegally. It is usually make in small batches In most cases if you are able to buy 'Moonshine' from a store it is generally not real moonshine I believe ...
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What's the difference between Amaretto and Crème de Noyaux?

As Ken pointed out (although didn't make a point of): Aside from being made using slightly different ingredients, one is a liqueur and one a creme liqueur, which contain a lot more sugar and are ...
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What's the difference between Vodka and Moonshine?

If you want to be a traditionalist, it's not really Moonshine unless it was produced illegally, without all the proper taxes and such. Anything you buy in the store could more accurately be called ...
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What's the difference between Vodka and Moonshine?

Moonshine derives (supposedly) its name from transporting it at night to avoid detection. Moonshine was made a lot in the mountains because of the inaccessibility of where the mountain-folk would ...
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