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High performance liquid chromatographic determination of nonvolatile phenolic compounds in matured distilled alcoholic beverages



High performance liquid chromatographic determination of nonvolatile phenolic compounds in matured distilled alcoholic beverages



Journal of the Association of Official Analytical Chemists 66(1): 71-78



Gallic acid, vanillic acid, syringic acid, vanillin, syringaldehyde and ferulic acid were determined in matured spirits by reverse phase high performance liquid chromatography. Concentrations varied from 0-11 ppm, depending on the compound and the beverage. Gallic acid and syringaldehyde were the mian components. Vanillic acid, vanillin and gallic acid were the most important in distinguishing the diffferent classes of spirit. Discriminate analysis gave 2 factors, which could not be used to classify the samples with any great confidence: 61% of the whiskies, 33% of the rums and 52% of the brandies were correctly assigned in this way.

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