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A person or company that manufactures liquor.‘barrels that the master distiller deems to be of superior quality’
- ‘Often, representatives from distilleries, including master distillers, make the rounds and are available to meet with staff.’
- ‘Down one flight of stairs, in the tiny Green Room, the master distiller of the Buffalo Trace bourbon distillery is giving a master-class tasting.’
- ‘In 1966, four of the five remaining Irish distillers banded together as the Irish Distillers Group.’
- ‘By the mid-1700s, Parliament passed laws eliminating small gin makers, leaving production to big distillers.’
- ‘The distiller's small batch collection also conducts bourbon tastings across the country.’
- ‘There were no longer many small distillers producing varying kinds of whisky and spirits throughout the country.’
- ‘There are big opportunities here for companies such as Scotch whisky distillers which can sell unique or interesting products.’
- ‘Now, he's importing a range from two Martinique distillers.’
- ‘In fact, the world's tasters, master distillers and blenders have long realised that whisky and champagne evolve in the bottle.’
- ‘As distillers refined the process of making gin, it became more palatable, even without sugar.’
- ‘For some time, distillers have used wood and age to make their single malts stand out.’
- ‘Regional differences have been broadly emphasized in the past by distillers, but as a marketing tool, the story has already been told.’
- ‘What makes grappa unique and one of the worlds great spirits is the incredible aromatics that dedicated master distillers can extract.’
- ‘Also on the schedule are visits to olive oil makers, a smoked salmon firm and a pisco distiller.’
- ‘Recently, there has been more activity in the category as distillers see new opportunities.’
- ‘The distiller recommends only drinking the 180 proof poteen with mixers.’
- ‘Because of this set-up, he is able to bring in master distillers to speak to the bar staff.’
- ‘Another includes three styles from the same distiller.’
- ‘Now that sherry is no longer shipped in cask, some Scotch whisky distillers in Scotland have their barrels ‘broken in’ in Jerez with sherry.’
- ‘So sure were distillers of this, that they pursued legal protection of the term ‘tequila.’’
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