Of the Mode of Manufacturing other Kinds of Spirits— 1. Dutch Geneva, known as Gin in Scotland, and in England by the name of Hollands or Geneva—Method of distillation —Comparison of Lowland Whisky and Dutch Hollands— Strength of worts from which these are distilled—Hollands cannot be manufactured in Britain with any probability of success—Failure of several trials—2. Rum—Manufactured from the refuse of the boiled juice of the sugar-cane, molasses, &c.—Short description of the process of its manufacture —Flavour of Rum owing to the peculiar oil contained in the sugar-cane, . . . .. 366-372
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