Dark Rum

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There are numerous Rum recipes from light rum to very deep and dark rums. The following spicy rum recipe produces a rum almost like "Captain Morgan spiced rum".

Dandelion Wine

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Dandelion wine

Crème de cassis

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Crème de cassis or Cassis is a liqueur made from an infusion of blackcurrants. (Mostly available from Woolworths food stores in South Africa)

Coco-rum

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If using our Cocorum essence is too easy for you to make your own Malibu style Coconut Rum, then make your own!

Caramel delight

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This easy-to-make rich, creamy liqueur is a sure winner to serve with crushed ice, as a straight shooter or mixed shooter. produce 1 liter of Caramel Delight.

Calvados (Apple Brandy)

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Cider was produced as a substitute for wine in many countries where the climate was too cold and damp to produce grapes and where there was an abundance of apples. Apple brandy, produced from the distilled cider has a long established tradition and the first official written references date back to the 16th century.

Butterscotch liqueur

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Butterscotch liqueur. This recipe produces 1.5 liter of excellent butterscotch liqueur. It is a favourite with the ladies and quite enjoyable when served over vanilla ice-cream.

Bread Whisky

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"Bread beer" (or called Kvass or quas) is a very popular Russian drink - fermented from dry Rye Bread, a bit of malt (for the starch/sugar conversion) and additional sugar added.
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