Over the past few weeks I have been going wild starting liqueurs for the holiday season. So far I have:
Marmalade (from homemade candied honeybell orange peels)
Rumtopf (mixed fruits in rum)
Leoninch (dried cranberries, dried apricots, toasted almonds, toasted walnuts)
Sweet Saunf [Pudina extract (Mint) marinated, sugar paste covered, toasted Indian Saunf (aniseed)]
Ataulfo "Champagne" Mangoes
Cape Gooseberries, dried
I plan on making a couple of liters of all fruits as they come into season this year, and also some vegetables and flowers. I am thinking day lilies next.
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