Homemade Limoncello

Which method did you use?

About the vodka — I go cheap and cheerful. Put it in a nice bottle, add a handmade tag and it makes a beautiful gift. Despite having a good gallon of limoncello in the freezer of varying degrees of drinkability, there is still room for improvement.

Step Two: Cover the jar and let sit at room temperature for at least 10 ten days and up to 40 days in a cool dark place. Lindsay — January 18, at 9: Okay, now to finish reading the post.

Limoncello (Lemon Liqueur)

Like this? ACS Omega. Bloglovin' Feedly. The longer it rests, the better the taste will be. Sure, definitely!

Wash a 1-gallon glass jar and lid in hot, soapy water and dry thoroughly. It is said to better and more quickly absorb the oils form the peels.

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Leave a Review. To do this, we store the data as outlined in our privacy policy. Could sure use some help before I try it again. That said, after a couple of days, my batch was already a nice, bright yellow color and had a strong lemon flavor.

I don't know if it was because I served the other limoncello first, wanting to impress them with the best batch at the beginning. Quick question. Hi Isaac, That sounds like it would work wonderfully. Step 1: I'm no chemist, but I would imagine that by doing you slow down the infusion process significantly. There is no need to stir - all you have to do is wait.

Homemade Limoncello Love and Olive Oil

I have a meyer lemon and a standard eureka lemon version in my cupboard right now. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Also, this time I used Everclear after having used vodka the first go-round. Let the syrup cool before adding it to the Limoncello mixture.