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From: Marilyn A Caretti< >
Subject: Re: Kahlua
Date: Fri, 20 Mar 1998 00:43:46 -0800
On Fri, 20 Mar 1998 03:43:46 EST JRose10700
><< Cherry Herring
> 2 cans sour pie cherries
> 4 cups sugar
> 1 fifth bourbon
> mix in a gallon jug and leave it for about 6 months. Seal it tightly
> Shake gently every day for the first 7 days
> then about once a week for the rest of the month.
> Then shake occasionally
>When is the cherry herring ready to eat or drink or otherwise imbibe?
after 6 months you can drink it or bottle it.
>Do you leave in the gallon jug?
NO not after the first6 months
do you cork it?
put some in a decanter and bottle the rest and seal with parrifin.
>And incidentally, dont' you get awfully tired mixing for six months?
The Key word here is shake occasionally. Like when you think about it
every month or so. AS to getting tired it depends on how much you want
the Cherry Herring. Incidently the burbon picks up the cherry flavor and
the cherries tase like burbon.
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