Copper Distillers

Copper Distiller No3

SKU KB0191
233.90 €
56.10 €
290.00 €
KB0191, Copper Distiller No3, Excellent Quality, 100% Copper, Traditional Alembic, Handmade, Hammered, Ideal for Steam Distillation. 

Product Details...

The Copper Distillers are traditional machines that distills liquids with steam. Using the Copper Distillers, you could distill liquids easily such as rum, gin, whiskey, raki, tsipouro, ouzo and a lot more. Also, the Copper Distillers are suitable for distilling aromatic plants for the production of essential oils. The Copper Distillers are also known, as Copper Retorts, Copper Stills or Copper Alembics. However, whatever you call them, we have them!

The Copper Distillers are entirely handmade of 100% clear copper. The Copper Distillerw are hand hammered by experienced artisans. The Copper Distillers have three parts: the boiler, the “onion” - lid and the condenser - cooler with serpentine coil. The Copper Distillers we supply are of excellent quality and combine perfectly the tradition, the beauty and the usability.

In our shop you will find a wide range of traditional Copper Distillers. We have available different sizes of Copper Distillers, to choose the one that suits your needs. All the Copper Distillers we suggest will last for a lifetime!

Care Tips for Copper and Brass Products

  • Wash the copper or the brass items, before the first use, with detergents and water. Then, rinse and dry with a soft cotton cloth.
  • In order to bring back the initial polishing use the traditional solution. Damp a cloth in a solution of vinegar and salt or lemon and rub the copper item. Alternatively you can buy a special cleaner for copper and brass items.
  • One more magical way to bring back the initial polishing in copper and brass items is to immerse them for 2-3 seconds in solution that you have already prepared inside a container with citric acid sour salt. Firstly, fill with water a container in which the copper or the brass utensil can be fitted. Drop a big or small spoon of citric acid sour salt depending on the amount of the water and then immerse the copper or the brass utensil inside the water. Remove it and magically the polishing is back, no matter how much blurry or how many black spots the utensil had.
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