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?
Turn a fragrant pomelo into pomelocello, a sunshine-y liqueur that can be used in many different ways.
Good citrus only comes once a year, so I made Navel Orange Liqueur, also known as Triple Sec, with fresh orange juice and peel to preserve the flavor for summer cocktail season.
If you like whiskey, honey and SPICY peppers... this is for you! Make Habanero Honey Whiskey. I dare you.
A recipe for a 90-day plum-infused liqueur.
Strong, full of flavor and sweet, this home made drink is based on the classic Italian Arancello. Ready to in 2 weeks, it is amazing served chilled, with ice and used in desserts. It is also great to give someone as a gift.
Liqueurs can take days or even months to make, but a simple tea liqueur can be done in just a few hours. Try it with chai, genmai cha, Earl Grey, jasmine green or whatever tea is to your taste.
A traditional Azorean liqueur, made to be served around the holidays. Lemon causes milk solids to coagulate, leaving a sweet, yellow liqueur known as o xixi do menino Jesus, or baby Jesus pee.
This fun and festive holiday liqueur will make your seasons bright! Get ready for the holiday cheer with a simple infusion of candy canes and cacao nibs in vodka. Cheers~
Almost Instant Lemoncello Liqueur, only 4 ingredients and ready to drink in 24 hours!
A complete guide to DIY liquor infusions that shows how to you formulate your own perfect flavored hooch.