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Oak extract

oak extract (GB)
Industrially produced flavorings in powdery or liquid form, extracted from different types of wood. Most liquid extracts are based on pure ones alcohol, They are red wines as an alternative to expensive ones Barrique or added to the color and taste improvement. Within the EU, the use of such substances in liquid form (essences) is prohibited, but allowed in solid or powder form. In solid form these are Wood chips (Oak chips). Such funds are among the oenological tannins, See also below barrel (different types of development) and a list of relevant keywords below barrel,

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