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Liquor, also known as spirits or distilled spirits, refers to alcoholic beverages that have undergone a process of distillation. Liquor typically has a higher alcohol content compared to other alcoholic beverages like beer or wine, ranging from about 20% to 60% or more by volume.
The distillation process involves heating a fermented liquid (such as a mixture of grains, fruits, or other ingredients) to create vapor, which is then condensed and collected to produce a more concentrated and purified alcoholic beverage. This process helps to separate and remove impurities, resulting in a higher alcohol content and a distinct flavor profile.
There are various types of liquor available, including vodka, rum, whiskey, gin, tequila, and brandy, each with its own specific production methods, ingredients, and flavor characteristics. These liquors can be enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as components in many popular cocktails and mixed drinks.
Liquor has a significant place in social and cultural traditions worldwide. It is commonly consumed responsibly and in moderation, with legal restrictions and age limits in place to ensure responsible consumption and to prevent underage