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Liqueur "Grey-Eyed King" Recipe
Of course, I could not resist and prepared this infusion not only from cherries, but also separately from apricots, and from a mixture of all the fruits that I found in the refrigerator. All the liqueurs were successful. In the recipe indicate the ingredients for a single serving.
Cook Time 40 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
  • 500 gram Fruit (for one portion of the infusion is necessary 500 g of fruit pitted (apricots, cherries, cherries, plums, etc.)
  • 450 gram Sugar
  • 750 ml Dry white wine
  • 150 ml Vodka
Cook Time 40 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
  • 500 gram Fruit (for one portion of the infusion is necessary 500 g of fruit pitted (apricots, cherries, cherries, plums, etc.)
  • 450 gram Sugar
  • 750 ml Dry white wine
  • 150 ml Vodka
Instructions
  1. Wash fruits, remove seeds. Pour the wine into a saucepan, add sugar and heat until the sugar is completely dissolved.
    Wash fruits, remove seeds. Pour the wine into a saucepan, add sugar and heat until the sugar is completely dissolved.
  2. Pour the cherries or sliced apricots into a saucepan and cook until the fruit is very well cooked. Apricots I cooked just over 7-8 minutes, but the strong cherry took plenty of time. Accordingly, the liquid is boiled off more.
    Pour the cherries or sliced apricots into a saucepan and cook until the fruit is very well cooked. Apricots I cooked just over 7-8 minutes, but the strong cherry took plenty of time. Accordingly, the liquid is boiled off more.
  3. Remove from heat, enter the vodka and cool completely.
    Remove from heat, enter the vodka and cool completely.
  4. Pour the wine with fruit into a bottle (container), close tightly. Refrigerate for 7 days. Since I boiled apricots faster, the billets turned out to be about 1.5 liters, but the cherries were cooked longer, lost more liquid and as a result, about 1 liter of cherries went into the refrigerator.
    Pour the wine with fruit into a bottle (container), close tightly. Refrigerate for 7 days.
Since I boiled apricots faster, the billets turned out to be about 1.5 liters, but the cherries were cooked longer, lost more liquid and as a result, about 1 liter of cherries went into the refrigerator.
  5. Strain in a week. I left the fruit for a delicious alcoholic impregnation of any dessert for adults. Apricot brandy was exactly a liter of cherry - 0,75 l.
    Strain in a week. I left the fruit for a delicious alcoholic impregnation of any dessert for adults. Apricot brandy was exactly a liter of cherry - 0,75 l.
  6. Liqueurs turned out sweet, chewy, flavorful.
    Liqueurs turned out sweet, chewy, flavorful.

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