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This aperitif is commercially known as "Gancia" and you can do it yourself following these simple steps.
Ahhh ! What a great instructable.<br>Easy to understand. Not boring due to the fast action of time lapse video. Music to fit the subject.<br>Classy.<br>Thank you again.
would Everclear work?
<strong>where do you get grain alchol?</strong><br/>
At a liquor store. In Oregon it is called &quot;Grain Alchol&quot; but is not a true 100% grain alchol. True Grain Alchol at 100% will kill you fast.
I've used the one you can buy in a drugstore
I live in tha same country as Marcelo7300, where ethanol is available in drugstores for anybody who wish to buy it. Is different in the States and another places, where a person can buy only <a rel="nofollow" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rubbing_alcohol">&quot;rubbing alcohol&quot;</a>&quot;rubbing alcohol&quot;, which isn't suitable for human &quot;internal&quot; use.<br/>
Thanks for your help Limadito, I didn't know that it was not that easily available in other countries

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