Limoncello Recipe Using Everclear 151

LIMONCELLO. Ingredients: 10 lemons 1 (750-ml) bottle Everclear® 3 ½ cups water 2 ½ cups sugar. Instructions: Peel 10 freshly washed, organic lemons. Lemons may be reserved for future use. Remove the pith. Combine lemon zest …

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Set aside the mixture. Next, make a simple syrup by combining 3 1/2 cups of water and 2 1/2 cups of sugar in a pot. Then bring the mixture to a …

Rating: 5/5(9)
Servings: 7
Cuisine: Italian
Category: Drinks
1. Wash the lemons thoroughly to remove dirt. You can use a brush if necessary.
2. Peel lemons and remove the pith.
3. In a large, sealable container, place the zest and pour Everclear.
4. Let the lemons steep in Everclear for 4 weeks.

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5 1/2 cups granulated sugar. Instructions. Using a potato peeler, remove the rinds from the lemons, leaving all or as much of the pith on the …

Rating: 5/5(2)
Category: Cocktail
Cuisine: Italian
Total Time: 192 hrs
1. Using a potato peeler, remove the rinds from the lemons, leaving all or as much of the pith on the lemon as possible (the white part). Too much pith and limoncello will be bitter.
2. Place the lemon peels in a covered glass container with the Everclear and let sit for 7 days.
3. On the 8th day, strain the lemon peels from the Everclear and discard.
4. To make the simple syrup (sugar and water), add the water and sugar to a medium saucepan on medium heat. Stir until sugar is completely dissolved. Let cool to room temp and add to the Everclear. You can serve immediately or place in the freezer to chill.

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Strain the liquid through a fine-mesh strainer, or coffee filter set in a strainer, into a large bowl. The Spruce / Sonia Bozzo. Add 1 2/3 cups of water …

Rating: 4.2/5(61)
Total Time: 960 hrs 25 mins
Category: Beverage, Cocktail
Calories: 122 per serving

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151 proof grain alcohol (Everclear) is perfect for making Limoncello. That means that it will contain 75.5% alcohol. So to ensure that we …

Ratings: 241
Calories: 37 per serving
Category: Drinks

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Grain alcohol (189 or 190 proof is best, 151 or 120 proof works): Grain alcohol (known by the brand name Everclear) is the alcohol I recommend …

Reviews: 235
Calories: 43 per serving
Category: Drinks
1. Wash the lemons well, then peel into long strips—use a light touch, you want to leave as much of the pith behind as possible. If using Everclear 190/189, 10 lemons will be enough; for the other alcohols, you’ll need to peel more lemons as the proof level decreases.
2. Using a sharp knife, scrape away the remaining white pith on the inside of the peels. Too much pith makes for a bitter end result.
3. Place the lemon peels in a half-gallon canning jar. Cover with the Everclear or vodka. Close lid and place in a spot out of direct sunlight. Shake daily. Infuse for at least four days (in the case of Everclear 190/189) and up to six weeks (for the lower proof alcohols). The infusion is ready when the alcohol is bright yellow and the lemon peels have lost most of their color.
4. When the infusion is ready, heat the water in a large saucepan over high heat. Add in the sugar, whisk, and bring to a boil. Boil until the sugar is completely dissolved, about two minutes. Let simple syrup cool to room temperature.

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I am ready to make my Limoncello after steeping in 151 Everclear for 30 days. I see your formula is using 190 so the water sugar ratios are …

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1. Peel the zest from 15 freshly washed, organic lemons being careful to remove any remaining pith from the zest, as this will impart a bitter taste. Reserve the lemons for other uses.
2. Add the lemon zest and Everclear into a 2 quart sealable glass jar and let steep for 4 to 6 weeks in a cool, dark place to infuse into an aromatic yellow spirit.
3. After the lemon-Everclear spirit is infused, combine sugar and water in a medium saucepan. Bring to a boil, stirring regularly until sugar is fully dissolved, approximately 5-10 minutes, then let the simple syrup cool to room temperature.
4. While the simple sugar is cooling, line a strainer with cheesecloth and strain the infused spirit into a large stainless steel pot removing the zest and other solids.

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Limoncello Recipe Calculations . Find done-for-you calculations and measurements of Limoncello ingredients when using different types of …

Rating: 4.3/5(6)
Estimated Reading Time: 9 mins
Category: Drinks
1. Using a vegetable peeler or a small sharp knife, peel off the lemon zest as thin as possible. We only need the yellow part. If you happen to cut any white pith together with yellow zest, just trim off any white spots with a sharp knife.
2. Place all the lemon peels in the jar with alcohol
3. Leave to macerate for at least 8 days, best 3 weeks or more.Make sure to keep the bottle out of direct sunlight.
4. Prepare sugar syrup. Mix water and sugar in the pot saucepan. On a medium heat continue to stir in the sugar until it’s completely dissolved. Let the syrup to simmer until boiling. Remove from the heat and allow to cool completely.

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Everclear 151 of 100 proof vodka for Limoncello I was recently gifted a big bag or organic lemons and I would like to make some Limoncello. A lot of recipes call for 100 proof vodka but I know someone that said 151 Everclear was better.

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Excellent Recipe. Have tried Limoncello here and un the Amalfi coast and this is a good one. Ensure you substitute the vodka with Everclear. Also be careful when pealing the skin of the lemon not to include the white pith of the lemon. I used …

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I think they can make a very nice limoncello and if it were me, I probably would have started out using a lower proof alcohol, like the vodka, instead of using the 151 Everclear. Second, having used all Everclear, getting the final proof down to around 30 is going to take a lot more water which will dilute the flavor of the lemons and leave

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Combine alcohol and lemon zest in a 1-gallon jug with a tight-fitting lid. Place in a cool, dark place to rest for 1 month. Swirl contents of the jug …

Rating: 5/5(4)
Total Time: 249 hrs 7 mins
Category: Canning And Preserving
Calories: 152 per serving
1. Combine alcohol and lemon zest in a 1-gallon jug with a tight-fitting lid. Place in a cool, dark place to rest for 1 month. Swirl contents of the jug every few days.
2. Combine water and sugar in a saucepan over medium heat; stir until sugar is fully dissolved. Set simple syrup aside to cool completely, 15 to 30 minutes.
3. While simple syrup is cooling, place a sieve over a large bowl and line with coffee filters. Strain alcohol mixture through coffee filters to remove all sediment. Replace the filters as needed until all the mixture has been filtered. Filter one more time to ensure all sediment has been removed. Discard coffee filters and zest.
4. Add enough simple syrup to the alcohol mixture to reach the desired alcohol-by-volume percentage; refer to an alcohol content calculator.

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Batch #14 – Limoncello with Distilled Water. I changed a few things on this batch but only one that I think makes a big difference. In this batch I used distilled water instead of tap water. We have a WaterWise distiller that I used for this experiment but you can get cheap distilled water at any grocery store.

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But if you can only find 75% (151 proof) grain alcohol, that will work too. The difference when using a 151 proof grain alcohol is that the final flavor won’t be as strong. And if you put the limoncello in the freezer, it may freeze (a limoncello made using 190 proof grain alcohol won’t freeze). Because it may freeze, the limoncello made

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Place the lemon peels in a 2-quart pitcher. Pour the vodka over the peels and cover with plastic wrap. Steep the lemon peels in the vodka for 4 days at room …

Author: Giada De Laurentiis
Steps: 2
Difficulty: Easy

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In California where I made my first limoncello, Everclear comes in 151 proof (unless you know someone in the military who can buy the high-octane stuff on base). Back in my home state of Nevada, my friends used to soak cherries in 190-proof Everclear (ahhh, high-school memories). In other states, Everclear is even illegal.

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To fill a single 75 ml bottle, you will need the following:

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