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How to Make Homemade Pear Brandy?

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You can make pear brandy by putting a clean, fresh pear in a pretty jar, such as a one quart jar. Then, put 3 cups of brandy in the jar to cover the pear. Seal it up tightly and store it for up to a year at room temperature. Check out this site for a recipe to make pear brandy. www.hungrybrowser.com
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Pear brandy is easy to make but you will need a lot of time! Got 2 weeks on hand? You will also need a large glass container with a lid, 3 large pears, 2 whole cloves, 2 whole allspice, 3' cinnamon stick, 1 cup of sugar and 2 cups of vodka!
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1. Insert a branch of a pear tree to which a small pear is attached into a bottle. Do this around late May when the pear blossoms have started to fall off. 2. Hang the bottle upside
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1 Choose the fruit you want to use. Traditionally, making brandy at home was a way to capture and preserve the flavors and fragrances of summer and fall fruits. Pears, apples, grapes
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pear brandy is called 'eau-de-vie de poire' often simply shortened in 'poire' in French.
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man oh man hiram walker makes a great pear schnapps but here a a coupla pear wine recipes in this link. Source(s) http://www.easy-wine.net/homemade-pear-w….
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