Kirsch liqueur has its root in Germany. Read on to know the recipe of Kirsch liqueur.

Kirsch Liqueur Recipe

Kirsch liqueur is a colorless and clear fruit brandy, traditionally made from double distillation, of Morellos cherries. Kirshwasser is the real name of this drink, which had originated in Germany. Morellos cherries, which are the main ingredient of this drink, were originally grown in Germany's Black forest region. This drink is not aged in wood, which makes it, surprisingly, colorless.Kirsch is commonly used in many mixed drinks, such as Florida Cocktail, the Lady Finger, and the Black Forest. This highly refined brandy, is made usually in Germany, France, and Switzerland. Passing decades and changing world never had any effects, on the traditional production methods, of kirsch liqueur. Kirsch is not sweet as other brandies, and has a lesser alcohol percentage, when comparing to other spirits. Read on the article to get the fantastic kirsch liquer recipes.
Kirsch Liqueur Recipes
  • Half bottle Vodka
  • Morello cherries
  • Icing sugar 
  • Get a clean airtight container and wash the cherries properly. Remove the cherry stem and puncture the surface of cherries, for better absorption of vodka.
  • Fill the bottom of the container, with cherries, and pour sugar over the cherries. You should repeat the process, until cherries get filled in the container.
  • The quantity of sugar added can be varied as per your taste.
  • Pour vodka over this mixture.
  • You will be able to see, a white layer in the mixture, after adding sugar to cherries. Pour vodka, after every three to four layers. Then seal the container and keep it safe, for a year.
  • Shake the container, every few months, and drain the liquor at the end of the year. The liquor you would get is the tasty and high quality brandy, named ‘Kirsch liqueur’. 
Fruit Fitters With Liqueur Recipe
Fruit fitters are nice combo with Kirsch liqueur. You can prepare them easily. You can have a single fruit in it or variety of them but the basic recipe remains the same.
  • 3-Eggs
  • 1-Cup hot milk
  • 1-Bottle of Kirsch liquor
  • 2 -Cups of all purpose flour
  • 1½ -Cup of granulated sugar
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1-Cup of liquefied butter
  • Any diced fruit of your choice
  • Grounded cinnamon 
  • Soak the fruits in the Kirsch liquer, overnight.
  • Take a bowl, mix the cinnamon and sugar separately, and keep it aside.
  • Mix the milk, butter, and egg, together in a separate bowl.
  • Pour it onto the flour to make a batter.
  • Take a non-stick pan, and heat the butter.
  • Dip the fruits in the batter and fry them until they turn golden brown.
  • Coat the fruits in the sugar mixture when they become crispy and brown, and serve.

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