Re: [new_distillers] Re: happy Distilling
that sounds interesting I only make the orange Brandy which i add about one full orange zest and then let it sit for about 2months
It's not bad but there must be better
I use Still Spirits here in NSW
"Michael <god@...>" <god@...> wrote:
Campari? That would be an orange liqueur? Steeping of oranges would
be an effective way to go. There are many recipes on this and the
Distillers group that you can try. I couldn't find any on Campari
itself, but there are lots of others you can try.
Wal, our resident recipe connoisseur and historian has previously
posted these links in regards to orange liqueurs:
These were all posted in the following message:
Some of these talk about fermenting oranges and then distilling,
while some talk about steeping the oranges in the liqueur. Another
that works is to sit the orange above the liquer in a closed jar and
let the oils sweat out of the fruit.
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