Homemade liqueurs and cordials
When in England recently, I was treated to a bottle of homemade sloe gin. It was divine! I learned that these tasty liqueurs are surprisingly easy to make. So far, I have tried raspberry and blackberry liqueurs and have given them away at dinner parties (at least, the one's I didn't drink). They were a huge hit. This year, I am going to make various types and give them away as Christmas gifts in pretty bottles with custom labels. If you make any, please let me know how it goes!
DIY Apricot Liqueur | Serious Eats : Recipes
How To Make Vin d'Orange Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn
homemade christmas gifts | Sun and Glory
Green Kitchen Stories » Blueberry Christmas Glögg
Licor de mandarina (Mandarin orange liqueur recipe)
BUTTERSCOTCH LIQUEUR – 1 Quart - INGREDIENTS: 1 cup sugar 1 cup water, 1/2 cup brandy, 1 cup 100 proof vodka, 1/2 teaspoon butterscotch flavored extract DIRECTIONS: Bring sugar and water to boil in a saucepan over medium-high heat stirring constantly. When the sugar water mixture turns clear, remove from heat. Cool to room temp. Add brandy, vodka, and extract. Pour the mixture into a 1 quart container and cover. Set aside for at least 30 days. Shake the bottle each day. Keep tightly closed. homemade liquor, homemade liquer
Simplicity and Libations for the Holidays | Wee Folk Art
Wild Violet Syrup. Next spring when the violets come up in my garden, I will definitely be making this. Hmmm. Could even be a homemade liqueur, with the addition of vodka.
Wild Violet Syrup | Kentucky Forager
This homemade liqueur makes a delightful holiday gift. Tie a pretty bow around the bottle and include a card with the recipe.
Homemade Nutella Liqueur! Super easy, makes a great holiday or hostess gift!