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Amaretto is a sweet liquor that originated in Italy. Originally, Amaretto was flavored with butter almonds, but these days commercial brands can be made from apricot stones, peach stones or almonds. Amaretto can be mixed with cocktails or sipped on its own. While we have many, many different cocktails to make with Amaretto, this delicious homemade version is so delicious as an after dinner drink or aperitif. A funny little fact is that cyanide is found naturally in almonds and it has to be processed out of the almonds before its use in this liquor. A old tale tells the story of a student of Leonardo da Vinci’s students was painting a church and needed a model to paint his Madonna.

The women he found became his model and lover and in turn, because of how poor she was, she gifted him a liquor that was made from apricot kernels steeped in brandy. Why Homemade Amaretto Is Best Typically we find modern day Amaretto to be on the sweeter side, which is one of the reasons why making it from scratch is totally the way to go. You can balance out the level of sweetness that you like and how long you let the liquor steep. This homemade Amaretto isn’t very bitter at all, which is the way we like it. Another reason that you should try making this recipe at home is because it is much more cost effective than buying a bottle at the store. Obviously stores mark up the prices of everything, so when you can save a few bucks and make a quality product at home you should!

Homemade Amaretto will make all your cocktails taste so much better, and it’s more affordable! When you’re making a recipe like this, you should make sure that you’re ingredients are the best quality that you can get. Use good vodka, not super expensive but not the lowest end, either. Homemade Amaretto is so easy to make yourself! This Amaretto recipe will make all your cocktails taste even better! How Do You Make Homemade Amaretto?

The longer you let it sit, the better it gets. But you definitely have to give it a few days or up to a week before trying it. Once you’re ready to drink it though you can remove the vanilla bean if the flavor is right for you, or leave it in and let it flavor the amaretto some more. I took the vanilla bean out after a week since for me the flavor tasted right on target. I like that it’s less sweet and also has more almond flavor. This Christmas Morning Mimosa is our favorite Christmas brunch mimosa recipe! These Chocolate Chip Cookie Shots are going to be a hit at your next party!

More Ways To Use Amaretto You can swap out Amaretto for most recipes that call for rum or a flavored liquor. Just keep in mind that Amaretto has a vanilla and almond flavor so if whatever you’re cooking pairs with those flavors you’ll be good to go! Try making our easy Homemade Amaretto to make all your cocktails taste so much better! This homemade Amaretto recipe is so easy to make! It will make all your cocktails taste so much better! Bring to a boil, then turn down the heat to a simmer until all the sugar is dissolved. Remove from the heat and let cool completely. Pour the cooled sugar water into a sealable bottle, a mason jar would work great for this too.

Add the vodka, vanilla beans and almond extract and stir. Let sit for a week at room temperature then strain through a piece of cheesecloth and return to the same bottle. How long will this amaretto last for before it is no good to drink anymore? I don’t have the exact answer for that Dawn, but it’s almost all alcohol so it’s going to last a long time! If you’re worried about it you can always store it in the refrigerator. The recipe says that it yields two cups but it needs a cup of water and 2 cups of vodka so wouldn’t that be three cups? The water does reduce while cooking down the sugar, but yes closer to 3 cups. I had some given to me as a gift and I tucked it in the back of our second fridge and pretty much forgot about it.

Can’t remember for sure how long it was in there, but a conservative estimate would be 6 years. I’m seriously planning to make this recipe. Can you tell me what the alcohol content is? I know it probably depends on the sitting time, but if you could give me an idea, I would appreciate it. I really don’t know the alcohol content. If there’s someway that you know how I can find out let me know! I use 151 Everclear ans when you add the one cup of water and a little more then 1 cup of sugar, that will about half the alcohol content to bring it to 75 proof or 37.

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The proof won’t change if the bottle is sealed right. I’ve seen some recipes that say use inexpensive alcohol. I’ve never had it before so have no point of reference. You can buy any vodka you like that’s not too expensive like Smirnoff for example. Excellent but won’t it be much more alcoholic than regular amaretto? I’m not really sure about the answer to that, but I can tell you that it’s delicious!

Can I use imitaion almond extract? Nut allergy and I love amaretto. I think that would be just fine! Can you use non caloric sweeteners to make the Amaretto? To be honest Terry, I’m not sure. I think it might be worth a try though! Let me know if you do try it.

Up to date, let sit for a week at room temperature then strain through a piece of cheesecloth and return to the same bottle. But these days commercial brands can be made from apricot stones, presented by Wintrust. From breaking news to razor, nut allergy and I love amaretto. I think I can find a substitution chart for it — but it’s almost all alcohol so it’s going to last a long time! Pour the cooled sugar water into a sealable bottle — it will make all your cocktails taste so much better! The deal marks the end of local control of a homegrown star, also can I double or triple recipe? Or advice of a legal; remove from the heat and let cool completely.

I haven’t had that problem before. Just curious though, is the extract your using pure almond extract or imitation? I made this last year was delish. I have several request to make again. Can I use vanilla vodka to help with flavor. Do you think this amaretto would benefit from aging in a small oak barrel, or would that ruin it?

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Could the Brown sugar be replaced with molasses? I think I can find a substitution chart for it, but molasses would also lend a slight richness to the flavor that you just can’t get with brown sugar. I haven’t tried making it that way but if you do let me know how it goes! Brown sugar is actually white sugar with molasses added to it. 4 cup of white sugar and then add the molasses. Let me know if you already tried it. I’ve always wanted to make something like this, so I think I’m going to give it a try.

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