It’s time for a very simple, but very tasty drink that you will be happy to serve when unannounced guests come to you.
We will talk about the preparation of liqueur from soot and strawberries. This drink is very easy to prepare the moment you have all the necessary ingredients.
This time you will need:
- 400 g strawberries
- 5 colors called
- 1 sachet of lemon juice
- 250 g of sugar
- 1 liter
- 1 liter of brandy
First, get five well-blooming flowers called. Beautifully bloomed flowers do not shake the flowers.
Simply tear the flowers and put a call in a container with a volume of 1l.
At this amount the call goes from 250 to 400 grams of fresh strawberries. Any type of strawberry is recommended. Dimensions don’t matter either, it’s just important that there is no rot on the fruit.
By mixing these two ingredients, you will notice how an already tempting drink for tasting is created. But the preparations are not over. Now it’s time to pour a liter of water into the bowl and add sugar and lemon juice.
Add sugar and lemon juice and let it stand
Add an eye 300 grams of sugar and limuntus so that the liquid acquires the characteristics of a liqueur.
Leave this mixture of ingredients to stand in water for 24 hours. After this period, stir the liquid and gently press the callus and strawberries. Leave to stand for another 24 hours. Then strain and remove the strawberries and call.
Add a liter of brandy of your choice.
Here is a mild alcoholic drink that will serve as an excellent aperitif and summer treat.
He calls in folk medicine against headaches and toothaches
Do you know that calling around the world can be used in a variety of ways. It has also found its application in the folk medicine of many nations. The Indians once used it to treat infections, and the Egyptians for the treatment of burns and skin care.
Today, it is most often consumed in folk medicine as a supplement for the treatment of cold and flu symptoms. Dried berries and juice are also used to treat headaches and toothaches.
Still, raw berries, bark and leaves they are not ediblebecause they can cause stomach problems.
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