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Fruits In Liqueurs

Fruits in Liqueurs picking the right ones

Fruits in Liqueurs, are you making that dream fruit liqueur well guess what when you put that fruit in liqueur dream and not a nightmare.

If you are making your liqueur because you have these old fruits just hanging out in your fridge well I wouldn’t recommend serving such a liqueur to yourself much less to a friend!

How To Pick Your Fruit

Ripe Fruit Not Rotten Fruit

When you make a liqueur you are creating an experience not getting rid of old rotten fruit.

Remember this rule the nicer the fruit the nicer the liqueur. And guess what those compliments will come fast and furious. You will become the most popular person on the block! So make sure they are ripe not rotten!

Look For Organic Fruit

Organic has another benefit, you get more of an earthly taste which will separate you from the mass produced liqueurs!

Worried about the mark up? Well I would worry more about the reaction and guess what whenever you say it’s organic people automatically assume it’s of higher quality!

Scrub The Fruit Clean

Well would you want to eat dirt? Besides that it doesn’t taste good and will tarnish the color and quality of your liqueur, dirt doesn’t taste good. So scrub those fruit well and just make sure to rinse off that soap because hey soup doesn’t taste that great either!

Chopping Up Those Fruit

When You chop your fruit, well for crying at loud peal the fruit first. Ok you knew that but make sure your peeler is clean. That said make sure that the seeds or pit is removed.

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