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Grain Neutral Spirit

(70cl, 69.9%)

Grain Neutral Spirit

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Grain Neutral Spirit Bottling Note

Grain Neutral Spirit is exactly what it sounds like. A spirit distilled from pure wheat, bottled at a hefty 69.9% ABV. Yeah, that’s kind of it, actually. If you’re the sort of person who likes making your own liqueurs, this is the sort of thing you’ll want as a base - particularly as spirit above 70% isn’t ideal for extraction.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Suitably neutral, with soft grain spice.

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Grain Neutral Spirit Reviews

Totally neutral

Great for my liqueurs

15th March 2020

Does what it says on the tin!

There’s really very little way to go wrong here. 70% ABV? Yep. Organoleptically Neutral? Yep. Likes long walks on the beech and crackling fires? Yep*.


(* probably)

15th March 2020

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