Quickstart Guide to Choosing a Still

What to Know Before Making a Purchase

Quickstart Guide to Choosing a Still

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  • If you work with essential oils and/or hydrosols, you're no doubt aware that plant distillation at home has become very popular.

  • If you're intrigued about plant distillation and starting to look for your first still, you'll have questions..lots of questions!

  • This class will give you the opportunity to get your questions answered as I help to demystify all the equipment to consider before investing one penny.

  • My goal is to give you an overview of the different kinds of stills for different purposes as well as tell you about the variations in quality.

  • I want you to have an understanding of what is available and the confidence to choose the still that is right for your distillation goals.


In this 60-minute live-class replay, I cover:

🌿 The pros and cons of three types of still material; glass, stainless steel and copper (Note: I do give more attention to the copper-type of still since that is what I have personally used for 7 years and know best.)

🌿 The difference between alembic & alquitar copper stills

🌿 How to determine the size still you need

🌿 Some ways to determine the quality of a copper still, just by looking at a picture

🌿 How to find trustworthy suppliers

🌿 Specific questions you should be asking suppliers


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In additional, you'll get the following printable downloads:

📝 A Chart to help you determine the size still you need

📝 Questions to Ask your Still Supplier before buying from them

📝 Questions to Ask your Distillation Teacher before studying with them



After taking this class, you'll have the information you need
to make a confident and informed choice about your choice of still.


Note: This class covers stills and distillation in the context of producing hydrosols and essential oils, not alcohol.]


I can't wait to see you in class!

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Your Instructor


Liz Fulcher
Liz Fulcher

I'm Liz Fulcher, a Clinical Aromatherapist who has been working with aromatics since 1991. My passion is teaching others how to use essential oils, hydrosols and aromatherapy to create a life of vibrant health and wellness.


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