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Salted Chestnut Liqueur

1 month ago   |   By Saveur

A touch of saline brings out the rich, toasty flavors of chestnuts in this homemade liqueur. This sweet, nutty liqueur is inspired by the one made at London's American Bar at The Savoy , where it's made with a sous vide technique. You'll need resealable plastic bags and a few large clips to mimic the effect. Try a splash in a classic whiskey cocktail or in a mixed drink with ginger beer or ale, enjoy the spirit on its own, or drizzle it over cake or ice cream. Featured in: Why You Should Be Adding Salt to Your Cocktails Equipment Heatproof Liquid-Measuring Cup 1-Gallon Plastic Freezer Bags...
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