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Moringa Botanical

Moringa Botanical

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In brief Moringa Botanical powder a fine powder made from leaves of the moringa tree (Moringa oleifera). From India and other parts of Asia. But now grown in many regions around the world.

Distilled with in a few different ways. Notably used as a flavoring , a clarifying , or a way to remove impurities.

  • Flavoring: Moringa has a strong, slightly bitter flavor used to add to distilled spirits. Add to the mash before fermentation, or to the wash after fermentation. The amount of to use will depend on the flavor wanted.
  • Clarifying: Not only but also used to clarify distilled spirits by binding to impurities and suspended solids. Helping improve the clarity and taste. Typically added to the wash after fermentation and before distillation. Then removed from the wash after distillation.
  • Removing impurities: Also used to remove impurities from distilled spirits. This is because moringa has a high affinity for certain impurities, such as heavy metals and organic compounds. To remove impurities, it is typically added to the wash before fermentation. Finally then removed from the wash after fermentation.

Above all important to note that moringa can obtain a strong flavor, so it is significantly important to use it in moderation. Although important to experiment with different amounts of moringa to find the desired flavor profile.

Some tips for using Moringa Botanical Powder in distilling:

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  • Start with a small amount of moringa and taste as you go.
  • Using too much can make the distillate too bitter.
  • Experiment with different amounts.
  • Be careful not to overheat the moringa, this can release toxic compounds.
  • Here are some additional tips for using moringa in distilling:

    • Add moringa to the still after the distilling process is complete. This will add a more subtle flavor to the spirit.
    • Want a stronger flavor, soak the moringa leaves in vodka or brandy before adding them to the mash.
    • Experiment with different types of moringa. Some popular varieties include Moringa oleifera, Moringa stenopetala, and Moringa arborea.

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