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Cocktails & Spirits

Anyone starting any summer time liqueurs and cordials?

JMF | Jun 24, 200608:24 PM     119

Over the past few weeks I have been going wild starting liqueurs for the holiday season. So far I have:

Banana
Ginger
Honeysuckle Flowers
Jalapenos
Lychee
Lemoncello
Limencello
Orangecello
Marmalade (from homemade candied honeybell orange peels)
Peach
Pear
Raspberry
Strawberry
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
Kiwi Fuit
Turkish Coffee
Cranberry
Green Tea
Cape Gooseberries, dried
Apricot, 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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