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Okay, you may be thinking “how do you do it?” Well, you wouldn’t be alone. When most people discover that you can make great tasting spirits at home, very few people realise how easy it can be.

You can use yeast, turbo sugar, turbo carbon and turbo clear to create your own spirit.

Still Spirits has the following option available the new large-capacity T500 mega-reflux which produces the purest quality alcohol of any still on the market today.

Once you have the basic spirit in place, it’s sort of like creating a jug of boiling water and then deciding if it will be coffee, or English breakfast tea, or green tea, or whatever. So it’s time to add a suitable flavour essence, in order to put the finishing touches on the kind of drink you want to make.

That could be Rum, Tequila, Bourbon, Scotch Whisky, Irish Whiskey, Sambucca, Schnapps, or hundreds of other delicious spirits. And then, hey presto... it’s done! You have a fantastic tasting drink to enjoy, with all of the characteristics (colour, aroma, texture, taste, and alcohol content) that you like.

It isn’t hard to make great spirits at home, but you do have to play by the rules. To begin with, in South Africa, New Zealand, Austria, Italy, Russia, Romania, Bulgaria, and the Ukraine it is perfectly legal to home distil for personal use, but elsewhere it is not.

Please note that using Still Sprits flavourings and most other distilling products is legal in every country.