Foreshots

Also known as heads. The first spirit to come off the spirit still. The foreshots are high in alcohol (75 – 80 per cent abv), contain too many volatile compounds, and are re-distilled.
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Foreshots

The initial flow of distillation, produced before the middle cut is collected. It contains an excess of acids, aldehydes and esters, but, like feints, a small quantity of foreshots contributes to the character of the whisky. As with feints, the amount present depends on the distillery's 'cut points.'
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Foreshots

The spirit that flows out of the spirit still at the beginning of the last distillation. The foreshots are high in alcohol and contain many volatile compounds. These go back into the vessel where the feints and low wines are kept, and then they are re-distilled with them.
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Foreshots

(aka Heads) The first part of the second distillation run.
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foreshots

first liquid to come out of a still
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