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Chocolate liqueur

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Licor de chocolate

Put together liquor recipes at house it’s a lot simpler than you’ll be able to think about. On this case, I’ve chosen a creamy chocolate liqueur, ultimate to exchange dessert after a copious meal. It could not be sooner or simpler, as I defined to you after we made do-it-yourself Baileys-type liquor.

Licor de chocolate

The secret is to decide on chocolate and purchase a good vodka. I like to recommend that we use darkish chocolate, as a result of a milk or white chocolate, mixed with condensed milk, can convert the chocolate liqueur in a drink of probably the most cloying and with little grace.

Licor de chocolate

When we’ve got our bottle prepared, we’ll all the time preserve it within the fridge, very cool. We are able to serve the chocolate liqueur By itself or with ice, within the second case, it is going to change into much less creamy and softer in taste because the ice melts.

Licor de chocolate

Substances (for 1 liter):

200 grams of condensed milk
200 grams of darkish chocolate
300-350 grams of water
300-350 grams of vodka


→ It isn’t advisable so as to add the vodka whereas the chocolate is scorching, to forestall a number of the alcohol from evaporating.

→ Regulate the quantity of vodka to your liking. With this measure it isn’t excessively sturdy.

→ This liquor ought to all the time be stored within the fridge. It could possibly final a minimum of 15 days.

→ Stir earlier than serving, it will likely be a bit thick to remain within the fridge.

→ You possibly can serve alone or with ice.

With this chocolate liqueur recipe I take part in El Asalta blogs in September. This month, the primary of the brand new season, we’ve got robbed Lauriteles. I invite you to see your version this drink. Do you dare to do this ultimate recipe to exchange dessert after a meal?

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