We can trace the history of liqueurs, like this one, back to the 13th century, when alchemist monks first derived the spirits as healing medicines. Unlike the monks, we won't keep our recipe secret. Here's how to make your own Kahlúa-style liqueur.
Whether you want to celebrate the last day of Maslenitsa, Saint Patrick’s Day with a Russian twist, or the coming birch sugar season, this is the drink for you. The Irish-cream-like mixture dilutes the intense flavor of birch syrup, helping to reveal
Make your own flavor extracts for all your baking experiments or as gifts. Once you know how to make them you'll regret spending money on store bought stuff. Apply the same technique to make flavored liqueurs as well!
There are so many varieties of infused vodkas out there, candy colored and a bit too campy. At this juncture you might be yearning for the purists to instigate an upheaval, but don't protest yet how about trying my spicy horseradish peppercorn vodka.