Baileys Salted Caramel Liqueur | 17% Vol | 70cl | Blend Of Irish Cream | Salted Caramel Flavour & Irish Whiskey | Caramel Cream Liqueur | Cocktails Or On Its Own
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With the 50-250 ratio I used, I ended up with just under 200ml of strained cacao infused vodka. Granted, I spilt a bit when I was opening the lid. However, It’s worth keeping in mind that you may end up with less due to the cacao nibs soaking up that vodka. Just leave the cacao nibs in your jar with the vodka and strain out whatever you need whenever you need it. Every couple of months you can top up the cacao nibs/vodka and constantly have a cacao infused vodka ready for anytime you may need it. Not only is this a lot of fun, but it also means we’ve learnt a thing or two about finding the right cacao shells to infuse our vodka with. Single-origin cacao beans have a varied flavour profile, as their overall finish depends on the conditions they’ve grown in, from the amount of sunlight the cacao tree received to the soil it’s grown in.
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Yes, there are readily available store bought Salted Caramel Vodka (Smirnoff Kissed Caramel Vodka). Please note that this homemade version will not look like caramel vodka you can find in the store, which is usually clear. This homemade salted caramel vodka is creamier and heavier than clear vodka. Did you enjoy making this liqueur? How difficult did you find the process? How did you drink it? I’d love to know in the comment section below. Support Smartblend? I had visions of something other than sugar plums dancing in my head. I actually have a bottle of Salted Caramel Vodka and I’ve enjoyed it so I wanted something different, something more akin to Bailey’s.This is decadent and delicious. Divine even. The three D’s. Yes, I rimmed those little glasses with caramel but it’s not necessary; sure makes a nice photo thought doesn’t it? I would suggest chilling the glasses with a short visit to the freezer; cold is good…and why making this liqueur is SO much easier than trying to combine caramel with vodka and cream. At Hotel Chocolat, we’ve committed ourselves to a planet pledge; this means we’re constantly striving to find new and innovative ways to be greener as a company. One of the ways we’ve managed to reduce our waste is by taking cocoa shells and infusing them into our vodka for a tipple which has a distinctively malty and deep flavour profile.
Salted Caramel Vodka Recipe | Easy Homemade Liqueur
Vodka– any brand will do, just a plain bottle of vodka. A nicer vodka will make a nicer caramel liqueur, though, so keep that in mind. We had been wanting to make our own caramel vodka for a while now, so we did. We made two recipes, one that is plain caramel, and this one with salt. It’s amazing just how easy this recipe is! In a small saucepan on a medium heat, pour over the 75grams of sugar and allow to caramelise. This will take 5 or so minutes. You know when your sugar has turned to caramel once its turned completely to liquid and is brown. You’re looking for a golden brown colour, to dark and your caramel will taste burnt, not dark enough and it wont taste like caramel.If you’re making this from the UK then these are the cacao nibs I use. And here’s the link for people reading this from the USA. There’s no story here today; nothing warm and fuzzy about how this magical potion of Salted Caramel Cream Liqueur transformed a holiday or my life. No stories about sharing it with friends and family as a holiday gift offering either. Nope. It just is what it is; one of those light-bulb moments when the confluence of this Salted Caramel Sauce met up with a bottle of vodka on my counter.