By Eddy − On Friday, November 1, 2019, 4 years ago in Drink Recipes
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Portuguese Apple & Cinnamon Liqueur Recipe


This delicious Portuguese apple and cinnamon liqueur (licor de maçã e canela) is perfect for the holidays, enjoy.
Portuguese Apple & Cinnamon Liqueur Recipe


Preparation time 20 min
Cooking Timen/a
Ready In 20 min
Level of DifficultyVery Easy
Servings10

Ingredients

4 cups of aguardente (cachaca), you can also use vodka, or white rum2 cups of sugar8 cinnamon sticks8 cups of apples, in pieces
4 cups of aguardente (cachaca), you can also use vodka, or white rum2 cups of sugar8 cinnamon sticks8 cups of apples, in pieces
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Instructions

  1. Wash the apples very well and cut them into small pieces.
  2. In a wide-mouthed glass container with a lid, add the sugar, cinnamon sticks, the brandy and stir/mix well.
  3. Add the apples, stir again and let it sit for 10 days (shaking the jar once daily (this operation is very important to ensure a good quality liquor).
  4. After 10 days, filter the liqueur with a paper coffee filter.
  5. Place in a tightly sealed glass bottle.
  6. Leave the liqueur in the bottle(s) for one month before serving.

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