Make your own butterscotch liqueur which is perfect for gifting and there is still plenty of time to make a lot of this for Christmas giving. If you plan to gift some liquid beverages this holiday season make sure to add this one to the round-up for all the folks that love the flavor if butterscotch. This recipe is very simple.
All the ingredients are mixed and heated on the stove top and then poured into a large jar and allowed to cure for a month. After that just pour into fancy gifting bottles, add a bow and your gift is ready. This recipe is from Annieami on Group Recipes. If you would like to gift an assortment of liqueurs you could add Ginger liqueur , Coffee Liqueur,Banana Bourbon Liqueur and Cherry Liqueur. There should be something for anyone that likes liqueurs in this assortment of recipes.
There is plenty of time to make a batch or two of each of the flavors. I think this butterscotch liqueur would taste really good in coffee and I am thinking of making a batch or two of the others too, just to have them on hand for those unexpected guests or occasions when I need a quick gift.
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