Last one, I think. A couple of pounds of blackberries, brown sugar and some basics French brandy. Will have to be inverted twice a day for the first week and then once a week to be left for three months.
Wonder if there is a posh name for this?
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We make something similar with fresh summer cherries in bourbon (we live in the Kentucky in the US) but it marinates until Christmas. We call it Cherry Smash. The cordial is nice in mixed drinks & the cherries in desserts. Cheers! 🙂
Funny you mention bourbon, I did look at good old JD and wonder if there was a combination. I sadly don’t have any cherries yet. Have also put blackberries into dark
I think the posh name for that is “Proper Lovely.”
Sounds a nice way to use the blackberries.
Have them in dark rum as well. Will be Interesting to see how it turns out
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