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A most efficient method to experiment with infusion flavor combinations, though only with 3 or fewer flavors…

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A balance is required between “too much” and “too little” for a hassle free infusion with results that taste great.

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A quick and useful technique for accurately measuring the High Proof Spirit entering your infusion.

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Technique: Simple Syrup

On September 1, 2011 By

Simple to create, and that’s where the name comes from. Write that down…

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Measuring ingredients by weight offers two specific advantages over measuring ingredients by volume. First, accuracy and second, consistency.

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To say sweet ingredients come in many forms would be an understatement. Color, flavor, scent, viscosity, mouth feel, caloric content, and glycemic index are all very relevant variables that should be considered when choosing the proper sweet ingredient to dilute your infused spirit into…

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It really is just a better way of measuring infusions at this scale…

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Zesting is the process of removing only the top-most layer of a citrus’s peel.  This top-most layer is where all of the very fragrant and flavorful essential oils reside.  However, immediately below this layer of oils lies the pith.  For most all citrus, with the exception of buddah’s hand and kumquats, the pith is […]

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