Red wine - coffee liqueur
A homemade coffee liqueur made from aromatic Arabica coffee beans is not only a welcome drink for a happy evening with friends - when bottled in a beautiful bottle, it is also an ideal individual gift.
Exotic, dark, misteriously - red wine - coffee liqueur!
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Mhhh this smooth, slightly fruity coffee liqueur on the best red wine base is the ideal conclusion to a good meal, or as a fine accompaniment to the dessert, cake or even, for example mocca cookies and of course for coffee.
I recently made a large bottle of Lambrusco from Tuscany while visiting friends. But we drank together only one glass. It was too bad for me to empty the wine afterwards - you know, I do not like it, when you handle food wastefully. That's why I thought of making a red wine coffee liqueur from the rest of Lambrusco. I mixed another bottle of "Grande Alberone", although it is said that one should not mix the wines. After many tastings by friends, I can tell you that the red wine coffee liqueur was very well done. So far he has tasted great.
The delicious coffee liqueur is very easy to make: you should definitely try it.
Slice the vanilla pod, fry the coffee beans briefly in a pan and put all the ingredients together in a clean bottle.
Let it rest for at least 7 days.
But the more you let the liqueur go, the better it tastes.
I let my 5 weeks go.
It is important to stir daily until the sugar has dissolved.
In between, I also tasted again and again. The amount of sugar is up to you - I'm a sweet and likes it when liqueur tastes sweet.
After resting, simply strain over a flour sieve and fill at will in nice little bottles. In each liqueur bottle, I have also given each 3 coffee beans as a decoration.