Recent Examples of distillation from the Web
With both mezcal and tequila — and before fermentation and distillation — agave hearts are cooked and then milled using mallets, tahonas, roller mills or wood chippers.
The company says the liquid comes from agave that Código claims is sourced from superior plants and also doesn't use chemicals or additives at any point during the distillation process.
The list that took shape was a distillation of ideas that had been circulating for months across three main categories: cyber, economic and diplomatic.
One option for this is called entanglement distillation.
And entanglement distillation is exactly what a group in the Netherlands has recently demonstrated.
Their sophomore effort finds the band upping the ante on their unique distillation of funk, disco and R&B, and features an introduction from Snoop Dogg.
Juneteenth is the purest distillation of the evils that still plague America, and a celebration of the good people who fought those evils.
More than two weeks later, Yost was still thinking about the at-bat — the combination of skill and aptitude, the ability to cover both sides of the plate, the perfect distillation of a breakout rookie season.
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First Known Use of distillation
DISTILLATION Defined for Kids
Definition of distillation for Students
: the process of heating a liquid until it gives off a gas and then cooling the gas until it becomes liquid
Medical Definition of distillation
1: a process that consists of driving gas or vapor from liquids or solids by heating and condensing to liquid products and that is used especially for purification, fractionation, or the formation of new substances
2: something distilled
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