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|Section IV - Chapter 22|
|Beverages, Spirits and Vinegar|
|1.||This chapter does not cover:|
|(a).||Sea water (heading 2501);|
|(b).||Distilled or conductivity water or water of similar purity (heading 2853);|
|(c).||Acetic acid of a concentration exceeding 10 percent by weight of acetic acid (heading 2915);|
|(d).||Medicaments of heading 3003 or 3004; or|
|(e).||Perfumery or toilet preparations (Chapter 33).|
|2.||For the purposes of this chapter and of chapters 20 and 21, the "alcoholic strength by volume" shall be determined at a temperature of 20 degrees centigrade.|
|3.||For the purposes of heading 2202, the term "nonalcoholic beverages" means beverages of an alcoholic strength by volume not exceeding 0.5 percent vol. Alcoholic beverages are classified in headings 2203 to 2206 or heading 2208 as appropriate.|
|1.||For the purposes of subheading 2204.10 the expression "sparkling wine" means wine which, when kept at a temperature of 20 degrees C in closed containers, has an excess pressure of not less than 3 bars.|
|1.||Subheadings 2202.90.34, 2202.90.36 and 2202.90.38 cover vitamin or mineral fortified fruit or vegetable juices in non-concentrated forms. Such juices in concentrated form are classifiable in subheadings 2106.90.48, 2106.90.52 or 2106.90.54, as appropriate.|
|2.||The term "effervescent wine" means wine other than sparkling wine which contains in excess of 0.392 grams of carbon dioxide per 100 milliliters of wine.|
|3.||The term "proof liter" means a liter of liquid at 15.56 degrees C (60 degrees F) which contains 50 percent (100 proof) by volume of ethyl alcohol having a specific gravity of 0.7939 at 15.56 degrees C (60 degrees F) referred to water at 15.56 degrees C (60 degrees F) as unity or the alcoholic equivalent thereof.|
|Schedule B No. and Headings||Commodity Description||Unit of Quantity||Second Quantity|
|22||Beverages, Spirits and Vinegar|
|22.01||- Waters, including natural or artificial mineral waters and aerated waters, not containing|
|2201.10.0000||- - Mineral waters and aerated waters||lite|
|2201.90.0000||- - Other||t|
|22.02||- Waters, including mineral waters and aerated waters, containing added sugar or other sweet|
|2202.10||- - Waters, including mineral waters and aerated waters, containing added sugar or other swe|
|- - - Carbonated soft drinks:|
|2202.10.0020||- - - - Containing high-intensity sweeteners (e.g., aspartame and/or saccharin)||lite|
|2202.10.0040||- - - - Other||lite|
|2202.10.0060||- - - Other||lite|
|2202.90||- - Other:|
|2202.90.1500||- - - Milk-based drinks||lite|
|- - - Fruit or vegetable juices, fortified with vitamins or minerals:|
|2202.90.3400||- - - - Orange juice||lite|
|- - - - Other:|
|2202.90.3600||- - - - - Juice of any single fruit or vegetable||lite|
|2202.90.3700||- - - - - Mixtures of juices||lite|
|- - - Other:|
|2202.90.9010||- - - - Nonalcoholic beer||lite|
|2202.90.9090||- - - - Other||lite|
|2203.00.0000||- Beer made from malt||lite|
|22.04||- Wine of fresh grapes, including fortified wines; grape must other than that of heading 200|
|2204.10.0000||- - Sparkling wine||lite|
|- - Other wine; grape must with fermentation prevented or arrested by the addition of alcoho|
|2204.21||- - - In containers holding 2 liters (.528 gallon) or less:|
|2204.21.2000||- - - - Effervescent wine||lite|
|- - - - Other:|
|2204.21.4000||- - - - - Of an alcoholic strength by volume of not over 14 percent vol||lite|
|2204.21.7000||- - - - - Of an alcoholic strength by volume of over 14 percent vol||lite|
|2204.29||- - - Other:|
|2204.29.0020||- - - - Of an alcoholic strength by volume not over 14 percent vol||lite|
|2204.29.0040||- - - - Of an alcoholic strength by volume over 14 percent vol||lite|
|2204.30.0000||- - Other grape must||lite|
|22.05||- Vermouth and other wine of fresh grapes flavored with plants or aromatic substances:|
|2205.10.0000||- - In containers holding 2 liters (.528 gallon) or less||lite|
|2205.90.0000||- - Other||lite|
|22.06||- Other fermented beverages (for example, cider, perry, mead); mixtures of fermented beverag|
|2206.00.1500||- - Cider, whether still or sparkling||lite|
|2206.00.7000||- - Other||lite|
|22.07||- Undenatured ethyl alcohol of an alcoholic strength by volume of 80 percent vol. or higher;|
|2207.10||- - Undenatured ethyl alcohol of an alcoholic strength by volume of 80 percent vol. or highe|
|2207.10.3000||- - - For beverage purposes||pf l|
|- - - For nonbeverage purposes:|
|2207.10.6010||- - - - For fuel use||lite|
|2207.10.6090||- - - - Other||lite|
|- - Ethyl alcohol and other spirits, denatured, of any strength:|
|2207.20.0010||- - - For fuel use||lite|
|2207.20.0090||- - - Other||lite|
|22.08||- Undenatured ethyl alcohol of an alcoholic strength by volume of less than 80 percent vol.;|
|2208.20.0000||- - Spirits obtained by distilling grape wine or grape marc (grape brandy)||pf l|
|2208.30||- - Whiskies:|
|- - - Bourbon:|
|2208.30.6020||- - - - In containers each holding not over 4 liters||pf l|
|2208.30.6040||- - - - In containers each holding over 4 liters||pf l|
|- - - Other:|
|2208.30.9020||- - - - In containers each holding not over 4 liters||pf l|
|2208.30.9040||- - - - In containers each holding over 4 liters||pf l|
|2208.40||- - Rum and other spirits obtained by distilling fermented sugar-cane products:|
|2208.40.0030||- - - In containers each holding not over 4 liters||pf l|
|2208.40.0050||- - - In containers each holding over 4 liters||pf l|
|2208.50.0000||- - Gin and geneva||pf l|
|2208.60.0000||- - Vodka||pf l|
|2208.70.0000||- - Liqueurs and cordials||pf l|
|2208.90||- - Other:|
|2208.90.4600||- - - Kirschwasser and ratafia||pf l|
|2208.90.5100||- - - Tequila||pf l|
|2208.90.9002||- - - Other||pf l|
|2209.00.0000||- Vinegar and substitutes for vinegar obtained from acetic acid||lite|