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Krupnik Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Des Recoskie

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
1- 26 oz 90-95% proof Alcohol
6 tbsp Sugar
3 cups Liquid Honey (unpasteurized)
2 cups Water
20 medium size Cloves
Nutmeg nut
Ginger nut
Cheesecloth



Directions:
Directions:
On low heat dissolve sugar to a caramel color. Do not burn.
Add the nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger to dissolved sugar,
cook 2-3 mins on low heat. Add 2 cups boiling water.
When adding the water the pot must be partially covered.
This is to keep splattering to a minimum.
When it stops splattering, stir mixture well and boil slowly
for 5 mins to combine flavors.
Pour 3 cups honey into the mixture.
On low heat completely dissolve honey ( about 2 mins)
Remove from heat and pour the entire bottle of alcohol into
a partially covered pot as to not evaporate the alcohol.
Cover tightly and return to low heat and bring to a boil.
Remove from heat and taste, if it is too strong dilute with
remaining hot water. Strain into bottle through cheesecloth
and cover immediately.

 

 

 

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