Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
What could be more appropriate to get you in the holiday spirit than Gingerbread Liqueur? This tastes just like gingerbread! Cheers to your holidays.
The flavors of pear and cranberry shine through into a wonderful liqueur. This has just the right amount of sweetness and spice!
A sumptuous liquid that elevates everything it touches.
Raw almonds, vanilla bean, booze and a little sugar... it is everything you think it should be and more. So simple, yet so amazing.
After making prune brandy and prune bourbon, we ended up with the best treat of all... jam made from the infused prunes. This is so good, it will make you want to go buy cases of prunes to start soaking in booze!
Recipes and a taste test for Prune Brandy versus Prune Bourbon... which one will be your favorite?
Dried currants infused in brandy makes a delicious and easy substitute for creme de cassis or cassis liqueur. This should be fabulous in a Kir Royale!
Dried hibiscus flowers plus brandy equals delicious cocktails!
Sweet apples with brandy and vodka need no additional sugar to turn into a refreshing and scrumptious liqueur. Very simple for first-time infusers!
A spiced Cherry Brandy made using the leftover liquid from a batch of Brandied Cherries, and a new cocktail recipe to bring a little bit of summer cherries to your cold insides.