42437Re: Mandarins - anyone made a brew?
- Jun 26, 2012I noticed there is an Italian orange aquavita, I guess from juiced unsaleable oranges.
Look up tangerine wine - the tangerines/mandarins are just chopped up and fermented on the pulp.
--- In email@example.com, "tgfoitwoods" <zymurgybob@...> wrote:
> I've never done a citrus wine, but I don't see how adding sugar is going
> to change the pH in any easily predictable way or direction. Sugar
> content and active acidity are pretty much independent of each other.
> Zymurgy Bob, a simple potstiller Making Fine Spirits
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "MoSS" <mike@> wrote:
> > I'm gazing out at my Mandarin Tree which is crop heavy, there is no
> way we could eat our way through the crop, so the natural thing to is to
> convert it into a brew of some thing and distil it.
> > Has anyone done similar even with oranges?
> > I'm guessing that I'll need to top up with sugar to get it to the
> desired PH, apart from devising a method of juicing, the thought of
> using my feet isn't really appealing in the middle of winter.
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