A few weeks ago I shared part 1 of making Apple Infused Brandy (click on the link to see the beginning of the process)...today, we bottled it...and for a while the cabin became infused with the smell of brandied apples!
The apples have been steeping for almost 3 weeks...if you look at the photos of the mixture when we started, you can see that the color has deepened to a rich caramel.
Brandied Apple Encrusted Pork Tenderloin, an incredible dish that I got the inspiration from my friend and chef Amy Williams.
Once all the brandy drained from the apples, we poured it through another layer of cheesecloth in a smaller strainer...
We ended up with 3 1/2 quarts of Apple Infused Brandy (and let me be clear, this is NOT moonshine, we bought the brandy and infused it with the apples...making moonshine is a big no no)
I am freezing 4 quart size bags of brandied apples...stay tuned for recipes!
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That is so pretty and they say one can never get to old to learn. I've never heard of doing it this way. Blessings
Can't wait to experience the apple brandy. Hugs!
Thanks Susie, it was pretty easy to do.
Sounds like a plan dad...won't be long now! Hugs back:)
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