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WebPlace the damsons in a wine straining bag in a sanitised fermenting bucket. Take a sanitised potato masher and begin to mash the damson to release the juices and …

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WebDamson Wine Recipe Makes 1 demijohn/4.5 litres/6 bottles/1 gallon Ingredients 1.5kg damsons, destemmed, destoned and frozen 0.5kg sultanas, left whole …

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WebMethod for Dry Damson Wine Recipe: Remove the stalks from the damsons and rinse. Put into a fermenting bin and crush. This is …

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WebPour over the fruit 2 pints of boiling water, stir well, crushing the fruit gently. When cool, add one teaspoon of Pectolase. Cover and leave at room temperature over night. The next …

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WebA Tiger Barn Cattery Wine Recipe. This damson wine recipe started from a stand of damson trees near Evercreech, Somerset and some roadside crab apples near …

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WebPut the damsons in a large preserving pan, add a couple of tablespoons of water and bring slowly to a simmer, stirring as the fruit begins to release its juices. Leave to simmer until completely

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WebI regularly make damson and Victoria plum wine to a port recipe using champagne yeast. I freeze the fruit until needed. When defrosted the fruit is easy to …

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WebDamson Wine 1 gallon CCJ Berry's recipe 1.75kg Damsons 0.25kg Barley 1.75kg Sugar 4.5 ltrs water Yeast and nutrient Pectic Enzyme Grind the Barley, stone …

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WebWhen cool add a good wine yeast and yeast nutrient. Cover closely with the lid and leave in a warm place for 4 to 5 days (75F or 21C). After 4 to 5 days strain the liquid into a …

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WebDamson recipes 7 Recipes Magazine subscription – your first 5 issues for only £5! Use up a seasonal glut of damsons in everything from preserves to puddings. Our recipes include damson gin, damson jam, spiced …

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WebBetween Adam Gray's Warm chocolate doughnuts with damson fool, James Mackenzie's Damson ripple ice cream and the stunning Rose petal panna cotta with damson and lavender Viennese shortbread by Frances …

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WebThis site is devoted to the home wine maker and is stocked with recipes that are available to be downloaded. On the site you will find information on how you can make your own …

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WebMerlot. 3.7 net carbs per serving. Medium-bodied merlot falls in between cabernet and pinot blends when it comes to carbs. It’s still dry but full of flavor, often …

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Web1. Wash the ripe damsons and gently prick each one with a fork. 2. Place the damsons into a clean 1l jar along with the sugar and gin. Close the lid and give it a good shake. 3. …

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WebUse ready-made puff pastry and fill with marzipan, stewed damsons and a sprinkle of ground almonds. Bake for 40 minutes and serve with a generous dollop of …

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WebDamson Whiskey. The Stalking Directory. I made damson vodka last year. Delicious. Vodka has less taste than gin or whiskey. 1 kilner jar, 1 bottle of cheap vodka, ~350 …

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Web1. Use ripe damsons that are in good condition. 2. Wash damsons with water. 3. In a bowl, place damsons and pour boiling water on top; let them cool down. 4. …

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How to make damson wine?

Place the damsons in a wine straining bag in a sanitised fermenting bucket. Take a sanitised potato masher and begin to mash the damson to release the juices and break down their structure. Put the sugar and half the water into a pan and begin to heat to a boil. Be sure all the sugar dissolves and doesn’t catch on the pan.

How much sugar do you put in damons?

500g damsons. 125g caster sugar. To make the sauce, put the damsons in a pan with 200ml water. Bring to a simmer and cook gently, stirring regularly, for 10-15 minutes, until the fruit has collapsed and the stones have come free.

How do you make cheese with damsons?

This traditional fruit "cheese" is a very thick, sliceable preserve that is immensely good served with actual cheese. It keeps for ages. Makes 850-900g. Put the damsons in a large preserving pan, add a couple of tablespoons of water and bring slowly to a simmer, stirring as the fruit begins to release its juices.

Can you freeze damsons for wine?

It’s a great wine to make in those years when the damsons are being super-productive and you have a glut. If you don’t have time to make the wine immediately, just bag and freeze the damsons. They will be fine for a few months. When defrosted they will be easier to crush as the freezing and defrosting softens them.

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