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Cocktails & Spirits 34


thinks too much | Jun 29, 2007 01:13 PM

I've been making cordials for a couple of years with varying bases: rum, vodka, brandy. But I've read that everclear's lack of taste draws more flavoring out of the fruits and spices I've been using. It seems, however, difficult to track down. All sources seem to say something along the lines of "Everclear, which is illegal in several states including California, can be used thusly ..."

I ask you, which states is it legal? I'm in Rhode Island, for instance.

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