Paul-JTDC Posted March 10, 2021 Share Posted March 10, 2021 I hope I am asking this question in the right place, it has to do with class and type labeling requirements for brandy products. We are just starting to explore possibilities for brandy production using a local exotic fruit. I understand that this will need to be clearly labeled as "x fruit" brandy, and I understand the differentiation between mature/imature, standard/substandard, neutral, etc. brandy. My question is, if we blend our imature "x fruit" brandy with mature grape brandy from a contract distillery (e.g. https://www.ethimex.com/products/premium-spirits/), what could we call it? Does the ratio of our imature brandy to the mature brandy matter? Could we call this brandy at all? Would something like "A blend of imature and mature fruit and grape brandies" be ok? Thank you for any insight! -Paul Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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