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I have been reasonably successful using an all electric boiler for stripping runs (sugar wash) and I have a gas stove top unit for things like plum brandy (large sediment).
It would be good to have a go at gin next particularly as there is a lot of good information here regarding gin.
As my electric boiler (50L) is more flexible I wondered if I could add the botanicals after macerating over night directly in the boiler as it is a bigger boiler than my stove top (25L). I like the idea of a heavy gin using less botanicals rather than a lighter version using vapour infusion.
It has easy to remove stainless steel elements so clean up after is no problem as long as stuff is not really burned on.
I just want an idea of the dangers of botanicals burning on the elements.