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Distilling Alcohol


The word alcohol derives from Arabic al-koh’l, originally a cosmetic powder but soon designating volatile liquids. Beers were brewed 5000 ago already. Egyptians invented the first still and known distillation; they taught it to the Arabs. It only appeared in Europe during the 13th century, with Arnaud de Villeneuve distilling and producing a medication he called “acqua vitae”: eaux-de-vie (brandy) was born. During the 15th century, laboratory distillation reaches higher strengths and production is called “Wine Spirit”. During the 17th century, Grain Distillation works well in Germany and Holland where Gin Alcohol appears. Distillation columns appear early 18th century for the production of Wine Brandy in South of France.The blocade against Bonaparte develops the use of sugar beet, and alcohol from all agricultural origins starts to be produced mid 19th century . Innovators are numerous early 20th century: Egrot, Champonnois, Collette, Savalle, Guillaume, Fontaine, Pingris and

E. Barbet. Later developments will concentrate on alcohol, rectification, dehydration, construction improvements and energy saving..

What we do:

We produce alcohol from several types of agricultural materials according to the final use of the alcohol using modern system.

Continuous Fermentation: Yeast control equipments and computerised control system we to establish the best atmosphere to our yeast to produce us the purest Ethanol.

Distillation: Done by world famous French unit Emilio Barbet who has the fame of the purest alcohol reputation as well as his invention which are very useful for us in every day distillation and analysis.


Production Line:

Alcohol for Pharmacopoeia

Alcohol for Beverages

Alcohol for Perfumery

Alcohol for Detergent

Alcohol for Industry