Almond Liqueur

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The perfect elegant cocktail for your special occasion, this liqueur is smooth and sweet and has a very rich almond flavor. Add personalized labels and you have created a lovely wedding favor your guests will be happy to receive and love to keep.

Ingredients:
• 2 cups sugar
• 2 cups water
• 2 cups vodka
• 3 tsp almond extract

Bring sugar and water to boil. Simmer for 10 minutes, remove from heat, stir in remaining ingredients. Pour into glass bottles, cork and store in a dark place.

Bottle almond liqueur in liqueur bottles, available at local beer-making supply stores or online at Specialtybottle.com. Cork, and finish with personalized labels, favor tags and bottle hoods.

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Jeanne and her husband David launched My Own Labels in January of 2000. It was a spin-off of their successful graphic design firm, plus it allowed Jeanne to incorporate her love of baking, making, sewing and creating. Today David and Jeanne continue to be the heart of the operation both creatively and practically.


Comments

  1. says

    That sounds yummy, and really easy. I might have to play with that recipe and see what else can be done with it, hmm. :) Thank you for sharing, Jeanne!

  2. Maggi says

    Hmmm. So, the recipe calls for brandy (which is a dark liquid) yet the bottles shown contain a clear, colorless liquid. o.O

    This needs some explanation, please?

  3. Jeanne says

    You are right, I did not use brandy in this recipe. This is my first mistake in writing a recipe for the blog, and it is one mistake too many. Thank you for pointing it out. I made this almond liqueur, adapting a recipe I received from a friend several years ago, and bottled it and photographed it.I have edited the recipe above so it does not have the brandy listed. Thank you again for the correction and for visiting our blog.

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