Title: Brandy
Literature References: A potable alcoholic liquid distilled from wine or from the fermented juices of peaches, cherries, apples, or other fruit.
Properties: To meet the specifications of the National Formulary, brandy must have been obtained by distillation of fermented juice from sound ripe grapes and contain between 48 and 54% ethanol (v/v), d415 0.921-0.933. It must have been stored in wooden containers for a period of not less than 2 years. Unlike whisky, brandy is never made from cereal mash or from potatoes (as some brands of vodka).
Density: d415 0.921-0.933
Therap-Cat: Sedative, vasodilator (peripheral).

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