My name is Jack, sorry to start a new thread on my first post, I searched but didn't find anything about this. I'm a migrant from over at HomeBrewTalk.com, I've made several wines and meads and a couple beers but I really enjoy the wine and mead. All the talks over here about the candy wines really intrigue me and got me thinking. My wife LOVES RedVines, so I checked the ingredients list on the tub we have and sure enough, there are no preservatives listed. Now I imagine that a lot of the consistency is wax or a similar substance. I was thinking that when making the must, if I were to leave it overnight after dissolving the desired amount of redvines the waxy substance should float to the top and solidify at which point the majority of it could be removed. I am however at a loss for the amount of redvines and extra sugars that should be added. Anyone have any ideas there?
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