Whiskey made from the urine of diabetic patients

In general, whiskey is made by fermenting and distilling starch by saccharifying starch using malt enzyme. There are various ways to drink, such as straight, water split, on the rock etc, but recentlyHighball divided by sodaSeems to be getting popular.

It seems that someone said that he made such whiskey from urine. It is very difficult to drink when it is said that "I made it from urine", but why on earth did you think to make it from urine ...?

Details are as below.
Gilpin Family Whisky

Diabetic patients have high blood glucose levels and sugar is discharged into the urine. James Gilpin, who took a close eye on whether this could be used successfully succeeded in making whiskey using raw urine from diabetic patients as a raw material.

James Gilpin.

"It's not for sale, it's going to be on exhibitions or for festivals," says James. The reason I thought that the amount of sugar discharged by diabetic patients, especially elderly people, might be considerable was probably because grandmother Nan was also suffering from type 2 diabetes. By the way, urine of Mr. Nan is also included in raw materials.

It takes a considerable amount of time to purify urine to take out sugar and make it into whiskey, it seems to take about 2 to 3 weeks at most.

Regarding that taste, James says "It's not a 100-year-old keg in a barrel, but because the things of a 90-year-old are raw materials, that depth is out." Incidentally, Mr. Nan says he does not make much contribution as a raw material for a good whiskey, but "If I could not get it (my grandmother), I would not have forgiven," James said. The fact that Nan's urine is not very good as a raw material means that she is so healthy (= not much sugar in urine), so it may not be a bad thing.

Checking whiskey. It is not a medical examination.

Gilpin's "Gilpin Family Whiskey" will be held in Manchester next OctoberAbandon Normal DevicesIt is said that it is scheduled to open a store in. Why do not you actually look at what exactly is the opportunity to go?

in Junk Food, Posted by logc_nt