Thursday, 4 September 2014

Blackberry Whisky

I'd never heard of this until I recently made a batch. It's a brilliant combination of flavours and a great reminder of summer in the depths of winter.


  • Enough blackberries to fill a jar with a tight fitting lid
  • Some caster sugar
  • A bottle of cheap blended whisky


  1. Wash the blackberries and make sure that any bugs or green bits of plant are removed.
  2. Dry the blackberries with a paper towel and place two thirds of them into the jar.
  3. Pour caster sugar over the blackberries in the jar until they are mostly covered.
  4. Shake the jar a bit and then place in the remaining blackberries.
  5. Fill the jar to the top with whisky.
  6. Place a lid on the jar and shake well.
  7. Shake the jar every morning until all the sugar has dissolved.
  8. Place in the back of a dark cupboard and leave for 6 months.
  9. Use to warm yourself on a cold February night.

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