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What better way to control your favorite invasive vine! To start you'll need: (2) mason or canning jars of similar size (1) 2-part canning lid Unbleached cheesecloth 100-proof ...
This is the fun part! Pick the flowers from the Honeysuckle vine. These are the flowers that as a kid you probably pulled the stamen through the trumpet ...
Once you've picked a jar of the flowers and tamped them gently into the jar so that no more can fit gently, select a neutral spirit to infuse ...
Let the blossoms rest in the spirit for one to two days on your counter. The blossoms at the top will oxidize and turn a bit brown.
After the rest period, take the jar and remove the lid. Place a doubled layer of non-bleached cheese cloth over the top of the jar and tighten the ...
The receiving jar and refrigerate for up to one month. After that time the infusion begins to taste less floral. Enjoy in a vodka tonic!
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