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distill from (something)

To refine something from another material through a process of condensation and evaporation. A noun or pronoun can be used between "distill" and "from." In a very simple sense, petroleum is distilled from crude oil.
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distill something from something

to derive product from something by heating and condensation. They distilled the lighter components from the raw oil. The alcohol was distilled from fermented grain.
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ENPNewswire-August 8, 2019--Diageo acquires majority shareholding in Seedlip, the world's first distilled non-alcoholic spirit
Swedish Hill uses its distilled spirits in several dessert wines including Cynthia Marie Port; their sister facility, Goose Watch Winery, produces Classic Cream Sherry and Finale White Port.
To distill, you use the simplest of all stills--the pot still--to clarify and amplify the plumminess of plum or the peariness of pear.
Justice Phillips was charged by Justice Thomas Farmer with obstructing the trial of Mary Bryan, a petty retailer of distilled spirits.
Distilled spirits manufacturers say people are drinking less but drinking better, and ultra premium vodkas seem to bear that out.
She noted that under the DOF proposal, the government planned to collect two kinds of taxes from every proof liter of distilled spirits-first, a P40 specific tax and second, a 22-percent ad valorem tax based on net retail price per proof.
The now annual Distilled event was launched in 2016 as a spin-off from the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival, which has been held in the spring for 20 years.
The bill seeks to increase the excise tax imposed on distilled spirits by P6.60, compared to what is implemented under Republic Act (RA) 10351, or the excise tax reform law on alcohol and tobacco.
"We're studying whether it [alcopops] should be part of the proposal or if we should maintain the status quo as these products are already being taxed as distilled spirits," Lambino told reporters late Friday.
Gainesville, FL, March 11, 2019 --(PR.com)-- BioTork, LLC and Lallemand Biofuels & Distilled Spirits (LBDS) a business unit of Lallemand Inc.
Mr Warren said: "Archie Rose is a major player in the international distilled spirits sector so when we were invited to present a feasibility study last year we grasped the opportunity.
THE first spirit legally distilled on the Hebridean island of Colonsay has gone on sale.
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The highest antifungal activity (41.83 +- 0.76 mm) reported by distilled water extract of leaves against A.