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  • verb Present participle of redistill.

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Examples

  • It was Charles Tanqueray's innovation to combine his secret mix of juniper and other botanicals with a small amount of the neutral grain spirit, redistilling this mixture into a flavor concentrate, which was then distilled yet a third time to achieve the rich complexity of the final product.

    These Are A Few Of My Favorite Gins...

  • _Chemically pure glycerine_ or double distilled glycerine is produced by redistilling "once distilled" glycerine.

    The Handbook of Soap Manufacture

  • It can, however, be separated by adding strong alcohol and redistilling, or by treating with ether, which dissolves the amyl alcohol, and distilling, the temperature being raised finally to 60°.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 365, December 30, 1882

  • A few refiners improve the quality of their refined oil by redistilling it after treating it with acid and alkali.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 288, July 9, 1881

  • The additional quantity of kerosene obtained on redistilling the tailings brings up the total yield of this product to about 42 per cent. of the crude oil.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 611, September 17, 1887

  • In short, there is no question of a new religion, but rather of redistilling the eternal spirit of religion and thus extricating it from the sludgy residue of temporalities and legends that are making belief impossible, though they are the stock-in-trade of all the Churches and all the Schools.

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  • I first tried redistilling it, but besides the loss consequent on distilling small quantities, the flavor is thereby impaired.

    The Art of Perfumery And Methods of Obtaining the Odors of Plants

  • But crime syndicates responded by stealing massive quantities of industrial alcohol-used in paints and solvents, fuels and medical supplies-and redistilling it to make it potable.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • But crime syndicates responded by stealing massive quantities of industrial alcohol-used in paints and solvents, fuels and medical supplies-and redistilling it to make it potable.

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  • Flavored spirits like gin, aquavit, and absinthe are produced by redistilling alcohol with a flavoring agent.

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