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Strawberry Liqueur

Strawberry Liqueur

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Have you ever considered making your own liqueurs?

Strawberry Liqueur is very easy to make as you macerate strawberries in alcohol and then make a simple sugar syrup and combine them together.

Like anything else homemade it tastes fantastic!

Apart from making jams and spoon sweets with fruit, the other thing I love making is liqueurs.

The method may vary depending on what fruit you are using but the general idea is to put the fruit in the alcohol to get the flavour and then make a syrup and mix them together.

I don’t drink liqueurs but they are great to offer as gifts and to use them in desserts and some even in savory recipes.

I used a very good quality of Greek Brandy called Metaxas, which I mixed with Vodka.

Strawberries with Metaxas Liqueur image

Instead of using a coffee filter, this time I used a tulle to drain the strawberries as I think it was much easier than the previous liqueurs I made.

When done do not discard the pulp.  You can use it to make a cake, jelly, panna cotta, ice cream, serve it on top of ice cream or other desserts.

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Strawberry Liqueur

Yield: 1 litre

Strawberry Liqueur is very easy to make as you macerate strawberries in alcohol and then make a simple sugar syrup and combine them together.

Ingredients

  • 500 grams strawberries
  • 200 ml 7 Stars Metaxas Brandy
  • 175 ml Vodka
  • !Syrup
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 1½ cups water
  • Lemon peel
  • 3 tbsp lemon juice

Instructions

  1. Wash, drain and hull the strawberries.  
  2. Purée them in a food processor and put them in a jar with the alcohol. Refrigerate. 
  3. After a week drain them.
  4. Put all the syrup ingredients in a pot and bring to boil. Lower heat and simmer for 5 minutes. Tie the strawberry pulp in the tulle and leave it in the syrup for 2 days. Refrigerate both strawberries with alcohol and syrup.
  5. Remove the tulle and mix the syrup with the strawberries/alcohol.
  6. Drain again and place in sterilized bottles.
  7. Store at room temperature for as long as you like.
Nutrition Information
Yield 1 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 2999Total Fat 2gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 1gCholesterol 0mgSodium 90mgCarbohydrates 500gFiber 11gSugar 459gProtein 4g

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Diana

Tuesday 12th of July 2011

Ivy, that looks absolutely delicious! What other types are fruit are good for this besides strawberries? I ask because the strawberries we're getting right now are kind of sour. My recent post How to Do Reiki on Youself

Ivy

Wednesday 13th of July 2011

Hi Diana. I don't know in which part of the world you are but you can try it with other berries or cherries. Hope this helps you.

alison

Wednesday 22nd of June 2011

cheers ,ivy,this are realy tempting!:) My recent post SALATA DE BOABEBEANS SALAD

héni

Friday 17th of June 2011

I seen every fruit in the garden made into a liquor except strawberries ... so this is looking very interesting! thank you for sharing Ivy!

Eftychia

Sunday 12th of June 2011

I have a lot of strawberries in my garden and I always use them in cakes or I make them a jam. I never thought of a liqueur... Thank you for the liqueur recipe and instructions. I will make a strawberry liqueur soon.

Peter G

Sunday 12th of June 2011

Oh my! You're using Metaxa! Now this looks divine Ivy...especially with those strawberries! Very elegant too! My recent post Spetsofai

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