|Name:||BLUE FLAME White Currant Wine||Contributor:||Martin Golding|
|Description:||Blue Flame White Currant Wine||Posted:||1999-03-23|
|Key words:||currants, wine, brewing||Category:||Beverages|
|Ingredients:||1 gal white currants
1 gal boiling water
1 lb large raisins
3-3/4 lb white sugar
|Preparation:||This is part of the Blue Flame brewing article.
1. Put the currants into a bowl. (I generally rip them off the strap). Add
the chopped raisins, sugar, and boiling water.
2. Stir and mash the fruit every day for 14 days.
3. Then strain and squeeze all the moisture from the pulp which you throw away.
4. Then strain the liquid twice and bottle.