Corn Steep Liquor, i.e., CSL. A dense, viscous additive for making boilies and for surface flavoring hook baits and pellets.
CSL is a thick liquid produced during the processing of corn. It is a by-product of starch production. Although it is commonly referred to as corn germ liqueur, it is not actually made exclusively from corn germ, but rather is separated to make corn germ oil. CSL is a concentrate containing substances dissolved during soaking. Of the amino acids, leucine, glycine, and tyrosine contents are noteworthy, while potassium, phosphorus, and magnesium are outstanding in minerals. It has a protein content of approx. 20% and the carbohydrate content of 15-20%. It is advisable to keep the product in the refrigerator to avoid fermentation.
CSL can be used as an additive for boilies and the surface treatment (sprinkling) of hook baits and groundbaits. PVA-friendly ingredient.