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Lemon Juice Producing Colloid in Everclear

Thanks in advance for your help. I like making a lot of sours based cocktails, but don't do so often enough to keep fresh juice on hand/don't like powdered sour mix. I thought I would try making a ...
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How should I drink limoncello?

I was given some decent Limoncello from Italy as a gift, 30% proof, brand name 'Villa Massa' from Sorrento. I had a tiny sip of it and it is quite smooth, not too sharp and rather nice. However I'm ...
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Things people put in bottles of liquor or liqueur and are sold commercially?

People put the strangest things in bottles of liquor to be sold commercially. We have all probably heard of liquor stores, pubs or other drinking establishments occasionally selling tequila with a ...
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What liqueurs can be paired with a particular movie?

I enjoy watching movies with friends as a group and was hoping that some of you could possibly come up with a recommendation and pairing of a liqueur or two with a particular movie?
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Pump filtration of fruit liqueurs to get rid of cloudy sediment?

Straining through muslin cloth removes large sediment particles very quickly. The next step would be to put it through coffee filter paper but over such a large quantity, this would take an unfeasible ...
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Irish Cream Liqueur chemistry

Among Irish Cream liqueurs, particularly lower-shelf than the big names, do any use an all-out unrefrigerated-single-serve-coffee-creamer approach to achieving shelf stability, i.e. tetrasodium ...
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Is it possible to make a mock Chartreuse liqueur?

The Grande Chartreuse, just north of the city of Grenoble, France has been making Chartreuse since 1737 and is made with 130 herbs, plants and flowers. Talk about drinking to your health, some say ...
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Baileys chocolate mousse - an alternative liqueur

Chocolate mousse made with Baileys is pretty much heaven. However, what other liqueurs (not generic Baileys) would give this favorite dessert a well needed kick? Here is the link to make the Bailey'...