About a month ago some of you helped me to make homemade blackberry liqueur (Creme de Mure) and now I can finally present the beautiful Bramble
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Vegeta liqueur?

So I've been using Vegeta as an alternative to salt with tequila and it's changed my life. Has anyone tried making liqueur or some alcohol flavoured with vegeta or is this a terrible idea?

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A bottle from my yearly batch of huckleberry liqueur
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Guests - how do you feel about left over condiments, seasonings, liqueurs, random beers left in the fridge of a unit from previous guests?

Sometimes guests buy a ketchup bottle that is mostly full and leave it in the fridge. Sometimes they buy liqueurs that they barely use or part of a 12 pack of beer or spices and seasonings that get left behind.

Guests - how do you feel about seeing those in units? Does it gross you out? Do you use them? Would you prefer hosts have removed them?

Hosts - what do you do with these leftovers? Leave or toss?

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Progress on the Casapinka MKAL and a cheap (and kinda gross) tiramisu flavored liqueur from a mini bottle.
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My upside-down Pina Colada Cake. Made with Malibu liqueur, thick coconut milk, limes and lime zest reddit.com/gallery/iapw51
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Anise liqueur

Hello! My vovΓ³ used to make anise liqueur but she passed away 5 years ago. We’ve almost finished drinking all the bottles that were left so we’ve been trying to experiment with making it ourselves. We have a recipe she had written down (although she never went off the recipe so she may have made it differently), but when we make it we can’t seem to get the sugar to crystallize on the branches. It tastes exactly the way it should, it just doesn’t crystallize. Does anyone still make it? Any tips??

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Hypnotiq Liqueur?

I remember it as Hypnotiq, husband remembers it as Hypnotic, Google says Hpnotiq?

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Must-Have Liqueurs?

I think this is the first time I’ve ever posted on Reddit ever, even though I’ve been a longtime lurker. So, hello all!!! Anyway, I bartend at a semi-upscale restaurant/bar, and we have been severely lacking in the liqueur department. I’m talking like triple sec, st. germain, and luxardo maraschino only lol. I finally got the green light for expanding our selection though, so I’d love to hear any suggestions for what you’d stock behind your bar. TIA!

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Finally got my hands on some apricot liqueur. Here is my Tradewinds cocktail.
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Spirit Run Day of Hook Rum! Made some delicious Raspberry and Apple Liqueur out of hearts! Tails (and some hearts) sitting on oak.
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Coconut Liqueur

There are a few drink recipes that call for coconut liqueur. Death & Co recipe calls for Kalani Coconut Liqueur while some of the Smugglers Cove recipes call for Rhum Clement Mahina Coco Liqueur. Both are available to me, the Kalani is 2x the price here.

Any opinions. on whether the Kalani is 1.) worth 2x the price 2.) usable in the SC recipes that call for coconut liqueur?

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I just learned that Drambuie was a Scotch based liqueur after finally looking up Scotch cocktails (rusty nail) and then noticed it starts with Dram and felt stupid for never realizing this to begin with. Just wanted to share my stupidity with the crowd.
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Chokecherry liqueur from wild chokecherries!
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TIL A tortoiseshell cat named Towser holds the Guinness World Record for most mice caught at 28,899. She was so famous that a statue was erected of her in the city where she lived, and her paw prints are marked on every bottle of Fairlie’s Light Highland Liqueur. lovemeow.com/towser-the-w…
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When your violet liqueur is colorless, so you add a drop of blue food coloring to your aviation instead. I apologize to cocktails everywhere...
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First micro-batch of home made elderflower liqueur. Suggestions on the first drink to make?
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I received an old bottle of liqueur that I am unfamiliar with. Is this anything special? Even further.. what is it? imgur.com/zpzpgxo
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Cheap vodka that says "vodka with premium liqueur"

I've seen this a few times, but what does this mean?It doesn't taste that sweet (maybe for a vodka, but not a liqueur). What's the liqueur they're talking about? It just tastes like cheap 40% alcohol vodka.

A couple brands I've seen: Kamchatka, Stroyski

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Where to buy liqueurs and other cocktail ingredients?

Does anyone know a liquor store that has a good selection of liqueurs and other cocktail stuff? I’m talking about stuff like green chartreuse, st Elizabeth’s, good vermouth like carpano, cocchi, and punt e mes. Ideally somewhere in Town that isn’t charging an arm and a leg. Thanks in advance!

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[Homemade] Strawberry-tequila-liqueur soaked Blink-182 cake
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Thoughts on L'Orgeat Almond Liqueur?

I don’t see this product discussed very often here but it seems like a very practical alternative to orgeat syrup if you use it infrequently (since syrup has a much shorter shelf life). Anyone specifically like it or dislike it?

Velvet Falernum seems to be quite popular for ostensibly the same reason.

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General Purpose Vodka for Making Infusions, Liqueurs, etc.

My friends and I are harvesting the last bits of our garden and had excess berries and herbs. We were hoping to make some interesting infusions and liqueurs to use up our crop. Many recipes and guides call for using a neutral and strong spirit, namely Everclear. They don't sell that in my area so the next choice is cheap vodka.

I'm fairly new to vodka and spirits in general and was hoping to get some info. There's a sale going on at a nearby liquor store for Skyy and Svedka. Are these good choices to use for this purpose?

I see old comments that say they either taste okay or like burnt gasoline and they make some people sick to their stomachs - but I also hear that about any strong alcohol. The unused amounts will go towards penne alla vodka. Any suggestions?

Thanks

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Suggestions for an Orange Liqueur Keto Swap?

My hubby and I have a tradition of Friday Night Margaritas with his particular recipe. Since Keto it hasn't been the same without them, so I'm trying to find swaps. I've already found Torani simple syrup to replace the agave nectar but am not sure on something to replace the orange liqueur (think Grand Marnier). Any suggestions? Thank you!!!

His Recipe:

  • 3 oz tequila
  • 2 oz fresh lime juice
  • 1 oz agave nectar
  • 1/2 oz Grand Marnier (or equivalent)
  • Instructions: shake over ice, pour in a rock glass with ice

Edit: Thank you for all the wonderful suggestions! I am going to try using an orange extract (this one here that says it can be measure for measure for organge liqueur) and if that doesn't work we will experiment with your other ideas :)

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Serious trying-not-to-drop-my-shots face. Tonight, more home-made liqueur! They may all look the same, but in fact I have two gooseberry shots and two of red currant. I made the liqueur from each fruit two different ways: with honey and with sugar. Surprisingly, I think the sugar's better! Cincin!
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Velvet Dream - Playing around with clarification using cream liqueurs
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Second time baking: Basic butter cake with a shot of coffee liqueur. Came out nice but no coffee flavor.
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Cutwater Spirits is another place I can't wait to go back to. Best banana liqueur drink.
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Tonight on Free-For-All Friday, I'm drinking my home made coffee liqueur. One is plain coffee flavoured, one is coffee with vanilla (tastes like Kahlua) and one coffee with cardamom. Used a recipe from Lavazza, but tweaked it to lower the abv. Surprised how well they turned out! Cheers, my dudes!
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My latest yummy creation.. vanilla sponge with a peanut butter creme filling finished with Godiva chocolate liqueur mousse and garnished with a strawberry rose
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Am I in the right place? Here is my sipping alcohol. I've also got a beer fridge, a wine fridge, a wine rack, and a bookshelf with more bottles of liquor & liqueur mainly for mixing. What would you recommend I add?
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this is my signature drink at work (my first - on this season’s menu) β€œApricot Sour” *egg white *1.5 whiskey *1 simple (I make mine with rosemary infused) *.75 lemon *.5 apricot liqueur *reverse-dry shake *double strain into coupe *garnish with angostura reddit.com/gallery/iharj2
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Does anyone have a good recipe for a coffee liqueur that doesn't use instant coffee?
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Long term project for a walnut flavored mead i plan to make next year. Green walnuts (picked at solstice) chopped and soaked in a clear spirit. To be β€žfermentedβ€œ in the sun until they turn black. Base recipe for an italian β€žNocinoβ€œ liqueur.
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TIL about Chartreuse, The liqueur has been made by the Carthusian Monks since 1737 according to the instructions set out in a manuscript given to them in 1605. It is composed of distilled alcohol aged with 130 herbs, plants and flowers. It continues to age and improve in the bottle. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cha…
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Making liqueurs because why not
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My current selection (empty ones are in the basement used for self made liqueur).
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Does anyone think we should get some bonus liqueur for having to watch political adds?
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Celebrating cake day with this pear cheesecake with sour apple liqueur glaze!
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Milk clarification with cream based liqueurs?

Hey team, so recently I had a bit of a tipsy mistake and mixed in a cream based chocolate liqueur into a drink I was experimenting with and well... curdle city! I've never clarified a drink before but managed to get a cheesecloth bag right before my country went back into lockdown so feel I might as well start experimenting with my free time.

I'm wondering if anybody has used milk clarification techniques with cream based liqueurs (like Bailey's) and how different it made the experience? I see most tutorials just use milk, and I wonder if I would lose anything significant in the process?

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TIL Habushu - a liqueur made in Okinawa which involves submerging a living pit viper in a jar and sealing it; some variations involve putting the viper on ice to knock it out, gutting it & sewing it back up, and placing it in the alcohol only for it to wake up and get super aggressive before dying en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hab…
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Session 'Floral' Lemonade - Lemonade with Elderflower Liqueur and Rose Flower Water
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Cherry Liqueur
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THE MANY FACES OF KAHLUA [1970s] - Promo film for the coffee-flavoured liqueur, and vital ingredient in microwave chicken acapulco and herbed pork chops. (Warning: that is definitely a key party from 2:40 onwards) youtube.com/watch?v=sHN-W…
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Rhubarb liqueur is one of my favorite things to make with rhubarb. Recipe in comments
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Chamomile Liqueur [Help]

I'm trying to recreate one of my favorite cocktail from Pegu Club in NYC called the Black Pearl. The menu lists chamomile liqueur as one of the ingredients but I have never seen a bottle of it.

Can anyone direct me to a tried and true commercial bottle, or a good DIY recipe?

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What are your favorite ingredients (spirits, liqueurs, amari, juice, syrups, etc.) to pair with Uruapan Charanda? I'm having trouble finding ingredients that pair nicely with its profile.
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Liquid Reese's. Skrewball peanut butter whiskey, Godiva chocolate liqueur, Bailey's Irish creme.
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Portobello mushroom burger with greek salad and an orange sunrise πŸŒ… (Lemonade, OJ, Vodka & Banana Liqueur) 😍 @ Grand Bend, Ontario
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Mulberry season is short and sweet, so I picked a bunch and made a liqueur for future summer drinks.
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BΓ©nΓ©dictine liqueur?

Seems to be impossible to find. Bishops Cellar has none in stock. Harvest Wines/West side don't carry it. NSLC only carry B and B (BΓ©nΓ©dictine and Brandy) If anyone has leads on how to get some, would be greatly appreciated. Any bars that serve Singapore slings I'm assuming are getting some, unless to my horror they are making them without it.

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Experience with other Italian liqueur?

When I started my latest batch of Limoncello (see previous post), I also started some Nocino. I'm quite excited to try it, however it requires a long infusion as well as time to mellow. I'll get a sip of it in about 6 weeks, but won't really be ready until Christmas.

But it has me wondering what else people have been making. What has worked and what hasn't.

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To make homemade liqueur v.redd.it/44sp1z1d13751
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Hi all, I've been working on a website to bring together every single Cornish spirit, liqueur, mixer, and everything else. I'd love some feedback from anyone that has the time to check it out! southwestspirits.co.uk
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Any ideas what I could make using this cactus flavoured liqueur? Got it as a gift from France!
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I finally made my own banana liqueur, but don't know what to do with it. Suggestions?
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TIL, Southern Comfort is neither whiskey or bourbon. It's actually a whiskey-flavored liqueur. huffpost.com/entry/southe…
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Hmmmmm liqueur!
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DIY Macadamia Liqueur?

Does anybody know how to make a DIY alternative to Trader Vic's Macadamia Liqueur? Right now it seems like the basic process would be to toast the macadamia nuts, infuse in vodka, then sweeten with white sugar, but I'm wondering if there's anything I might be missing.

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just bought these aldi rum liqueurs to try - one sip into the caramel and hazlenet and it is going down very nicely!
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Cardinal Spirits Songbird Liqueur in a Bon AppΓ©tit episode! (Pro Chefs Make Their Favorite Coffee | Test Kitchen Talks @ Home | Bon AppΓ©tit)
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Herbal Liqueur- can (should) it be neat?

Is it strange to consume drinks like Schwartzhog, or JΓ€ger, as they are? Or is more advised to use them in a part of mix? I ask because I honestly do not mind the tastes as is. I certainly do not mind them mixed with a ginger beer, but also do not mind the taste as they are. Similarly, I can certainly mix a whiskey, but generally do not.

I typically reside in the beer section, so this is part of a learning experience.

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Mr. Bali Hai - a Rum based drink with coffee liqueur
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πŸ“…︎ Jul 04 2020
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Apricot Liqueur recommendations?

Aloha,

What is your preferred brand of apricot liqueur? I've just about finished my bottle of Rothman and Winter and am curious what others would suggest. So far it's the only one I've used and as a result the Trade Winds is a favorite of mine. I'm always open to try new rums and figured I should give the liqueurs the same spirit!

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Tents, Tiki, & Stone Pine Liqueur
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How different do peach and apricot liqueur taste?

For example, let's compare Mathilde Peach to Rothman & Winter Apricot.

I ask because there are various tiki and non tiki recipes that call for one or the other, and if they're relatively the same, I wouldn't feel the need to buy both.

Thanks!

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πŸ“…︎ Jul 13 2020
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viniq shimmery liqueur
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Best liquor store for liqueurs?

I’m hunting for creme de cassis; my local (J’s) only has it by deKuyper’s (low quality, IMO) and [email protected] has a different brand that costs a little more than I wanted to pay. Just wondering if there’s a different shop I should check before committing. TIA

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πŸ“…︎ Jul 03 2020
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πŸ“…︎ Jul 12 2020
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Maraschino Liqueur "Sub"

Hello friends,

I live in one of those unfortunate places where liquor sales are governed by a regulatory body, and they do not bring in any sort of maraschino liqueur.

I've been to places and have tried many of the classic cocktails that use maraschino (last word, aviation, etc.) and can certainly discern that somewhat bitter, almond-y, cherry pit flavor that it's known for.

Here's where I'll probably get my downvotes: I'm considering buying some amaretto and cutting it with small amounts of almond extract to use as a "sub". To me, almond extract, while extremely strong, does have that "maraschino flavor" that I'm looking for. I'm thinking amaretto because it already sorta has that almond-cherry flavor as a base.

I don't know - I think it might be the best option I have. Can anybody weigh in on the flavor profile of maraschino liqueur a bit to tell me if I'm absolutely insane? Any other liqueur besides amaretto that you would consider using in this experiment (Benedictine? chartreuse?)? Or perhaps some bitters I can source that might put me closer to the ballpark?

Alternatively, has anyone made their own maraschino liqueur or similar home-brew alternative?

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πŸ“…︎ Jul 18 2020
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I started creating my own cocktails. Introducing the Crystal Peak! Mount Rigi is a Swiss light Kirsch Liqueur with notes of elderflower.
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πŸ“…︎ Jun 15 2020
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Comb 9 with honey liqueur, orange, and topped with sparkling water :)
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πŸ“…︎ Aug 06 2020
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ApΓ©ritifs / liqueurs way past reasonable expiration date?

How long does vermouth and "fruit liqueurs" (likely not real fruits!) really last before getting risky?

We don't need the alcohol, but a bottle or two probably has some emotional value:

Great-grandpa used to hide bottles around the house. Not because he was an alcoholic - he absolutely wasn't - but he never wanted to run out of, in case he needed a bottle of whisky or cognac for a gift, or apΓ©ritif / wine /digestif. Over the years after his passing, the bottles inside the wardrobe closets were found and consumed, and great-grandma passed away too and we took over the house ... and now we found a box down in the cellar behind some insulation material. The old man really was something.

We'd like to raise our glasses to great-grandpa's strange ways with something that has been in the bottle since the twentieth century or possibly even the eighties, but ... we aren't desperate enough to drink the riskiest stuff.

It isn't booze! There's stuff like vermouth and Blue Curacao. And kir. Probably quite sweet, I'm afraid. Like 16 to 20 percent ABV. Edit: all still sealed.

We have already carried Bailey's out into the trash.

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πŸ“…︎ Jul 01 2020
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Anyone have any thoughts as to whether these elderberries I recently foraged are ripe enough to make an elderberry liqueur with? My main concern is that the slightly unripe blue and green berries may make the drink toxic.
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πŸ‘€︎ u/LolEnt
πŸ“…︎ Jul 20 2020
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Do tea-based liqueurs count? I came up with this Masala Chai Liqueur recipe recently and thought you guys might like it!
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πŸ“…︎ Apr 12 2020
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Abortions & liqueur, yeehaw!
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πŸ“…︎ Apr 17 2020
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Gotta love blackberry picking especially when I can make bramble liqueur again.
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πŸ“…︎ Jul 30 2020
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Do cocktails with a bitter liqueur as the main ingredient ever find their way to cocktail menus?

I work at a chain restaurant that has recently rolled out rotating speciality cocktails that are unique to each location. Before Covid, my Matcha Ginger cocktail was picked for the menu.

I'm hoping to have another cocktail of mine picked next time around. I just made a pretty damn refreshing Campari cocktail w/ grapefruit & orange juice, lime sour, and soda water.

Do bitter liqueur cocktails ever find their way onto cocktail menus? Would you pay for one? The abv would be low compared to hard liquor cocktails.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/mister_seawolf
πŸ“…︎ Jun 20 2020
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Selfmade elderflower liqueur
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πŸ“…︎ Jun 10 2020
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Blueberry pie with cassis liqueur β€” because blueberries are a superfood and I’m super happy to eat them πŸ˜ŠπŸ’™
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πŸ“…︎ May 14 2020
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How long are bitters and liqueurs good for?

I'm an infrequent drinker of cocktails, although I enjoy them. This sub is amazing and has motivated me to buy lots of liqueurs and bitters to make interesting drinks. I'm realizing that a lot of these things are going to be sitting around for a very, very long time. I don't see any expiration dates on the bottles of bitters or liqueurs (sweeter, syrupy things like creme de menthe, rumchata, kahlua). If there is not hard expiration dates, will taste degrade significantly after a certain amount of time?

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πŸ“…︎ Jul 17 2020
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Making Homemade Fruit Liqueur [Intentional] [How to] [Male] [Soft-Spoken] [Shaking Bottle with Liquid] [Cutting Fruit] youtu.be/GsNGxlmM-vM
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πŸ“…︎ Jul 23 2020
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Quelqu'un pourrait me dire d'oΓΉ provient ce flacon ? Ainsi que son contenu ? Liqueur de noisette ? Merci
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πŸ“…︎ Jul 05 2020
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A review of my durian liqueur experiment
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