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Home Made Liquors

Home-made liquors are very popular in France. Unlike wine, liqueurs can be easily and quickly made by amateurs without any special equipment or expertise. Following a simple recipe (see French Recipes), you can make a liqueur which is not only as good as the liqueurs available in a store, but in fact is usually much better.

During the summer, one can take advantage of the fresh fruit to make liqueurs of exceptional taste and fruity aromas. There are many different recipes, but most have only a few ingredients and steps, following this general outline:

  •  Place fruit in a jar

  •  Add sugar

  •  Add alcohol

  •  Leave for a few weeks or months for the alcohol to absorb the fruit taste and aromas

  •  Filter and bottle

  •  Leave for a few months to mature. It is then ready to drink, but can also be kept for several years.

This is of course just an outline. The amount of each ingredient and the time required to mature varies depending on the type of fruit and the individual recipe.

 
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