Today I have a guest post from my sister- who made some Crabapple Liqueur!!
where she keeps her garden) not sure what to expect, but it turned out to be a
sweet-tart treat! I couldn’t believe it was 20% alcohol, so be careful. This
can be drank in a shot glass or mixed with club soda to lighten it up.
crab apples (quartered)
all free! They can actually be eaten on their own too.
tends to get stuck so you have to shake it around to get it to settle. I tried
pouring the vodka in with it to get the sugar to dissolve.
top of a water bottle to funnel everything in. Only one overflow incident, so
you have to be patient with the sugar!
on a towel. The jar will remain here for the next 16 days. Turn the jar one
quarter turn everyday, so there will be 4 full rotations by the end of the 16
days. Don’t worry if the sugar is not dissolved right away, it will slowly
dissolve over the first week.
juices out of the apples. It should make roughly two 1L bottles of sweet-tart
crab apple liqueur!