This liqueur is silky and sweet with a little hint of bitterness just to keep things interesting. The burnt umber color lights up the room and I’m looking forward to the bridal shower I’m throwing so I can make up a gorgeous blood orange punch.
From the depths of winter, aromatic blood oranges and vibrant pink stems of early forced Yorkshire rhubarb are the preservers equivalent of rose tinted spectacles. This lovely marmalade has a fresh citrus hit with just enough of a tangy aftertaste.
A quick and easy Citrus marmalade, that can be used in many ways. I made it for a plated dessert but there are many other options. from entremets to bonbon filling or just in jars to give to friends and family. enjoy!
I love marmalade. Once a year I get to capture a little citrus heaven. That & I’ve been watching to much Downton Abbey. This year I'm blending classic Seville oranges & blood oranges for a unique fruity flavor & aroma, with a towel-snapping bite.
For this month’s Can It Up, it was all blood orange marmalade, all the way. I adore the distinct ruby glow and the sweet, almost berry-like aroma of the Moro orange. The addition of Campari enhances the provocative bitterness of the peel.
This mixed citrus liqueur is a greatest hits mix tape of winter citrusy goodness! Cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and allspice add a gentle kiss of spice. Mix it up on Monday, enjoy it by Friday! It's great to sip on the rocks, or shaken into a martini!