Create an Account
Forgot your password?

Appetizer  (673)
Beverage  (581)
Breakfast  (1130)
Dessert  (2016)
Entrees  (41)
Lunch  (72)
Side Dish  (1208)
Snack  (39)

Appetizers  (3024)
Beef  (1585)
Beverages  (1465)
Breads  (4302)
Cakes  (2340)
Candies  (890)
Cheese/eggs  (392)
Cookies  (2917)
Desserts  (7077)
Fish  (1307)
Fruits  (1870)
Grain  (43)
Lamb  (223)
Low-cal  (336)
Main dish  (3171)
Meats  (3280)
Other  (62)
Pasta  (2138)
Pies  (1504)
Pork/Ham  (24)
Poultry  (4572)
Relishes  (236)
Salads  (2731)
Sauces  (2757)
Seafood  (3543)
Soups  (2186)
Vegetables  (7180) - Share Your Recipe!

Recipe Name: Make Fast - Wait Long Liquor Submitted by: Administrator
Source: Source Description:
Ethnicity: Last Modified: 2/23/2014
Base: Beverages Comments:
Preparation Time:
Number of Servings: 1

2 Cup(s) Sugar, raw sugar is best
White is also fine), White is also fine
1 Vodka, the cheapest
Available), Available
2 Cup(s) Nectar, can use herb
Extracts, coffee etc.
Heat the nectar and sugar until disolved, cool, add the vodka and
store in airtight bottles ... and let it sit for a year. I put a piece
of firm fruit in the bottle also. Looks great and adds to the flavor.
I also use jackfruit, lychee, guava and other tropical fruits growing
in my (or neighbors') yard. A friend made some with anis seeds and it
it golden ambrosia! If these fruit are not available, get a can of
fruit in syrup and mix the syrup with the vodka, adding some of the
fruit. Jackfruit and lychee are very distinctive and delicious. (For
those who like a sweeter, more syrupy liquor, use a little less vodka
or more sugar. This recipe is a little on the tart side, but after a
year on the shelf, it gets as mellow as as the best. The sweeter ones
are a real treat on vanilla Tofutti or other VLF ices. File

Scale this recipe to Servings [?]