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Interesting Facts About Brandy

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Brandy is an alcoholic beverage produced from distilled wine or fermented fruit juice.
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Brandewijn is a Dutch word which literally means ‘burnt wine’.
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Pomace Brandy is a type of Brandy produced from solid remains like skin, pulp, seeds & stem of the grapes or fruit used, after it is pressed.
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Armagnac has documented references to its distillation dating back to 15th century, making it the oldest type of Brandy in France.
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After distillation is complete, the unaged Brandy is aged in oak barrels to mature into natural golden or brown in color.
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Brandy is enjoyed best when served at room temperature and the drinker holds the bowl of the snifter in the palm to gently warm the brandy and release all the aromas.
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V.S.O.P. stands for Very Superior Old Pale or 5 Stars which denotes that the Brandy has been aged for at least four years in a cask.
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Brandy generally has 35-60% alcohol by volume (70-120 US proof) and is consumed as an after dinner digestif.
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The Sidecar is one of the most famous Classic Brandy Cocktails made from brandy (often Cognac or Armagnac), orange liqueur and lemon juice.
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Kirschwasser or Kirsch is a clear, colourless Brandy traditionally made from the double distillation of Morello cherries.
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