Re: [new_distillers] Re: corn whiskey recipe..now mead recipe..
- Ive used honey b4.. I mixed about 3 cups or so plus about 1 1/2 cups of sugar in a gallon of water.. boiled it and stirred it right good.. after it cooled a bit I added my yeast and let it work.. ppl fight over who gets the next sip outta the bottle.. lol..
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From: Kim <kiss_my_ass@...>
Subject: [new_distillers] Re: corn whiskey recipe
Date: Wed, 29 Dec 2004 16:49:05 -0000
> Interesting idea with the honey....I might try that....I have a
> question....have you ever had a fire in the toaster oven ???
> that's a good idea.. I will look for one at the flea markets
> I usually drink burbon or home made on the rocks with no mixer ... so
> it has to taste right.... that's why I like this recipe...
> have happy new year
> --- In email@example.com, "bradr36" <bradr36@y...> wrote:
> > whammo57, i do a mash similiar to that but on occasion add about
> > a quart of honey when adding water.( simmer honey and water with
> > a 50:50 mix till you get good consistincy) Its turns out a
> > little sweeter if you like a drink without aging.
> > Fill glass of ice with 95% about a width of one or two fingers
> > and mix with mountain dew or any other soda you might prefer
> > i have some aging on oak right now for about 8 - 9 months and it
> > definantly improves over time, if you can wait.
> > I have some contractor friends and put a word out that if they
> > ever use oak to save me the pieces(any size). I have quite a
> > stock of it now. What i do to char them is cut them up into 1" x
> > 1" cubes and bought a cheap toaster oven to char them in. Heat on
> > high for about an hour or two ( still experimenting with time and
> > char level). I
> > about 20 cubes to a gallon of spirit. BR
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