Pineapple liqueur: how to prepare an excellent homemade digestive to be served fresh after a family lunch or dinner. Here are the ingredients and the recipe!
Making homemade liqueurs or elixirs is easier said than done and, below, we offer you the pineapple liqueur. This type of preparation generally requires a first period of infusion of fruit or aromas in alcohol and only then is a cold syrup prepared with water and sugar added.
Our pineapple and vanilla liqueur is a perfect drink to serve at the end of a busy lunch or dinner and great to sip with friends. You can also use recipes of this type to make small DIY gifts, just a glass bottle, a nice ribbon and that’s it.
Preparation: how to make pineapple liqueur
- Take the pineapple, peel it and cut it into chunks.
- Transfer the fruit into a large glass jar, add the vanilla pod and cover everything with alcohol.
- Close the glass jar with the lid and leave to infuse for 15 days in the dark and in a cool place.
- After the infusion time, filter the liquid from the pineapple pulp then prepare the syrup.
- Pour the water and sugar into a saucepan, stir and put on the stove.
- Simmer so that it melts then turn off the heat and let it cool completely.
- Add the syrup of water and sugar to the alcohol, bottle and leave to rest for another 15 days in a dark and cool place before serving cool.
Alternatively, you can prepare a pineapple juice .
This liqueur, if bottled correctly, can also be kept for a few months in a cool and dry place away from light and heat sources. If you want a frozen liqueur you can also keep it in the freezer.