Mint Liqueur Fruit Wine Recipe No. 4

Mint Liqueur Fruit Wine Recipe No. 4

This is homemade mint liqueur. Great for sweets, jellies, cocktails... you can't go wrong!

Ingredients: 2 servings

Mint leaves
A handful
Granulated sugar
1 tablespoon
White liqueur
About 300 ml


1. Wash the mint leaves, drain, and put into a jar with the sugar and white liqueur. Let sit for about a month.
2. Strain the leaves with gauze or something similar. You can drink it after 2 months, but it's even better if you let it age for half a year.
3. You can use spearmint, peppermint, Japanese mint, or any mint you like. To sweeten, use sugar, honey, or even stevia.