Grandpa’s Recipe for “4 by 4” Infused Liqueur. Crafted from Any Berry and Always Delicious!

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Discover the essence of time-honored craft in this cherished family recipe for a luscious and spirited creation. Grandpa’s secret? A harmonious blend of 4 cups each of vibrant berries, sugar, water, and vodka, resulting in a delectable infusion that captures the essence of any chosen fruit.

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Grandpa's Recipe for "4 by 4" Infused Liqueur. Crafted from Any Berry and Always Delicious!

As patience becomes your ally during the 10-day to 2-week waiting period, the berries gracefully settle, imparting not only their rich color but a symphony of flavors to the elixir. The result? A smooth liqueur boasting an alcohol content between 18 to 22 degrees, influenced by the chosen berries.

Whether you opt for the gentle touch of rowanberries or the boldness of cherries, this “4 by 4” creation promises a delightful sip of tradition and craftsmanship. For those seeking an extra kick, elevate the experience with potent spirits, elevating the infusion to new heights.

Toast to the heritage of handcrafted liqueurs – each drop tells a story, and each sip is a tribute to timeless flavors. Cheers to Grandpa’s legacy!

Grandpa's Recipe for "4 by 4" Infused Liqueur. Crafted from Any Berry and Always Delicious!

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups (about 800g) of any berries
  • 4 cups (about 800g) of sugar
  • 4 cups (about 950ml) of water
  • 4 cups (about 950ml) of vodka

Instructions:

  1. In a 3-liter jar, dissolve 4 cups of sugar in warm boiled water, stirring well.
  2. Add washed and dried, intact berries without crushing them.
  3. Pour in the vodka, cover the jar with a capron lid, and store it in a dark place.
  4. Exercise patience for at least 10 days, or even better, for 2 weeks.
  5. After this waiting period, the fruits will settle at the bottom, imparting their color to the concoction. Carefully pour the infused liqueur into a glass container without disturbing the sediment.

As a result, you’ll have a liqueur with an alcohol content ranging from 18 to 22 degrees, depending on the type of berries used. If you opt for rowanberries, it will be on the milder side, while cherry, especially if it’s with pits, will yield a stronger infusion.

For a more potent beverage, you can use pure alcohol or well-distilled homemade moonshine while maintaining the same proportions, but be prepared for a noticeable increase in alcohol content.

Grandpa's Recipe for "4 by 4" Infused Liqueur. Crafted from Any Berry and Always Delicious!

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