We recommend the Classic 3-liter Alembic, which is ideal for distilling spirits, wine, pomace, and must. It is made of 1mm copper sheet, with a hammered finish and bright brass handles and nuts. All joints are soldered to ensure durability. This model includes a medium-sized thermometer with a temperature range of 0-120º, which will allow you to control the temperature during distillation. It also comes with a small alcoholmeter with a range of 0-100º, which will help you determine the alcoholic degree of your distillates. Why trust Maritas Still? We are manufacturers and you buy directly from the factory, which means you get a fair price without intermediaries or commissions. Our alembics are handcrafted and traditionally made of 100% copper, without using lead or harmful substances. In addition, we offer the widest range of alembics, both decorative and functional and industrial, as well as spare parts for all our models. We stand out for the quality of our products and the complete satisfaction of our customers. We also offer 15 days for you to test the quality of our products and a 3-year warranty on all of them. We meet delivery deadlines and ship worldwide. We also include a DVD with distillation videos so you can learn more about the process. The DVD includes videos on how an alcoholmeter works, distillation of wine, distillation of pomace, distillation of base alcohol, rectification distillation, distillation of lavender, distillation of mint, distillation of sage, fruit fermentation, and base alcohol fermentation. In addition, you will receive a comprehensive distillation manual that covers topics such as different types of distillation, the production of spirits, anise, brandy, gin, liqueurs, rum, whiskey, pisco, and other liqueurs. You will also find over 50 homemade liqueur recipes, information on aromatherapy, extraction of essential oils, and practical tips. In summary, this specific model of alembic is perfect for alcoholic distillations. It has a capacity of 3 liters and a yield of 10-15% of its capacity, considering a 10º alcoholic ferment. With each distillation, you can obtain between 300 and 450 ml of distillate.