Sagnac Armagnac Alambic Still

Sagnac is distilled in an imported, typical, traditional Armagnac alambic still. The copper pot which forms part of the traditional Armagnac still is known as an alambic and is derived from the Greek word, “ambix” which means a vase with a small opening which was part of the distillation equipment. The Arabs changed the word to “ambic” and called their distillation equipment “al ambic”. The Europeans changed it to “alambic” in the fifteenth century.

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Author: Gerhard Olivier in L'Ormarins Sagnac


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