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'''Alcoholic infusions''' are the legal way to make many spirits. Infusion tends to involve cramming a jar full of [[herbs]], [[fruit]], coffee etc and filling it with a pre-made [[alcohol]]ic beverage. It is important to sanitise all your equipment before use as a badly made batch can cause blindness.
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'''Alcoholic infusion''' is a method of making [[liqueur]]s by macerating ingredients such as herbs, spices, and fruit in alcoholic spirit and allowing it to steep.  When the flavours have penetrated the alcoholic liquid, the herbs, fruit, etc., are discarded and the resulting liqueur matured before drinking.  
  
 
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Revision as of 08:16, 14 September 2008

Alcoholic infusion is a method of making liqueurs by macerating ingredients such as herbs, spices, and fruit in alcoholic spirit and allowing it to steep. When the flavours have penetrated the alcoholic liquid, the herbs, fruit, etc., are discarded and the resulting liqueur matured before drinking.