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  1. Hello everyone, I have two books which have served their purpose. Traditional Distillation: Art and Passion by Hubert G.R. - if you want to know both the approach and attitude of Cognac distillers, this is both a novel read and a good reference. Distilling Fruit Brandy by Josef Pischl - This is a much more technical, straightforward, less "flowery" book by a German experienced in schaps production. He goes into precise detail about sourcing good quality fruit, fine-tuning a dephlegmator, etc. I am selling for $15 each. They will be shipping from an address in Canada and the shipping cost will be calculated when an address is provided. It is worth mentioning, that the Canadian dollar is currently 80% of the USD. Please DM if interested!