Liqueurs and fruit creams are generally consumed at the end of a dinner. If you are one of those who love those kinds of beverages then this recipe presented by Delices and Gourmandises is just right for you.
Liqueurs and fruit creams are obtained after macerating fruits in alcohol or eau de vie. It could last 24 hours to several months depending on your preference. At the end of the process, the juice will be extracted and the fruit residues will be crushed and added to the mixture.
The difference between fruit creams and liqueurs is their sugar content
-1 liter of liqueurs has to contain at least 100gr of sugar
-Creams that are sweeter contain at least 250gr
For example, 1 liter of crème de cassis has to contain at least 400gr of sugar
Generally, it is not necessary to add colorant to fruit liqueurs.
Liqueurs and fruit creams usually have low alcohol content. It varies from 15% to 20%. Their sweet taste makes them a perfect cocktail ingredient.
You can find different kind of fruit liqueurs at Delices and Gourmandises. You can use their catalog to find all the wines and alcohol available at their store. Strawberry liqueur (25°), mulberry liqueur (30°), quince liqueur (30°), and blueberry liqueur (30°) are just a few examples of what you can order.2016-07-18
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