|Drink: A Cultural History of Alcohol|
|by Iain Gately|
A spirited look at the history of alcohol, from the dawn of civilization to the modern day Alcohol is a fundamental part of Western culture.
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Melt sugar in ... another quart of water and add 1 cup instant coffee. Boil 1 minute and let cool. Add 2 ounces of vanilla and 1 quart 190 proof grain alcohol.
You will need a 1 quart saucepan, measuring utensils, a 1 quart glass bottle (32 oz or a fifth 24.3 oz). 1. Make your sweet or medium syrup in the ...
Simmer the coffee and 1 1/2 quarts of water slowly for 20-25 minutes. Cool and strain through 2-3 thicknesses of cheesecloth into a large container. ...
Mix sugar and ... and let cool. Add coffee to sugar and water mixture. Add alcohol and water and add vanilla bean. Put in sealed jar and let sit 2 weeks.
Combine all ingredients into a tightly closed jar. Turn jar over as often as possible, to dissolve sugar. If fruit is not completely ripe, poke holes ...
Boil sugar and water 1 minute. Add Tasters Choice and vanilla. Cool completely and then add Everclear. Best not refrigerated.
Boil sugar, 1 ... vanilla for 30 minutes. Mix 1/4 cup hot water and instant coffee, then add to above. Cool. Then add alcohol. Store in brown or green bottles.
This can be ... in 1/2 gallon screw-type jar; add alcohol and Rosolio flavor. Close jar; store in cool place for at least 2 weeks. Serve from a decanter.
Put 2 quarts ... hour. Add brandy, alcohol and wine In ... and fire 3 times for 5 seconds. Remove spice bag and orange peel and discard. Remainder is Glog.
Boil 10 minutes, ... Let cool 1-2 hours. Pour in 1/4 of bottle of 190 proof grain alcohol (.75 of 1/5), 1 stick of vanilla bean. Pour into bottle. Seal.
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