| Rubin Vinjak V.S. Grape Brandy 1L|
The Serbian Vinjak in the region Krusevac with old wine-making traditions, known since the Roman epoch. Here they produce the best Serbian wines, also a spirit drink called for a long time "Cognac". Thus after the protection of French producers called "Vinjak". The most famous sort is "rubin", a dry drink of brown color. Vinjak VS is consumed as an aperitif during eating.
Caramelised brown sugar adds a distinctive sweetness to Wayne Collins's smooth and luxurious cocktail
* Servings: 1
* Level of difficulty: Intermediate
* Preparation Time: 10 minutes
* 100ml double cream
* 1 tsp vanilla syrup
* 2 brown sugar cubes
* 25ml over-proof rum
* 100ml Cognac
* freshly grated nutmeg
* brandy snap
1. Pour the double cream and vanilla syrup into a warmed brandy balloon glass.
2. Place the sugar cubes in a spoon, pour over the rum and ignite, so that the sugar caramelises.
3. Add the Cognac to the cream mixture.
4. Mix the freshly caramelised sugar into the cream mixture.
5. Dust with nutmeg, garnish with a brandy snap and serve.
-by Wayne Collins from Good Food Bites
Brandy is made by distilling fermented mash of fresh or dried fruits including wines to less than 95% alcohol. Just like whisky, brandy is aged for in Oak barrels. A brandy aged for less than two years is called "immature". Cordials and liqueurs are made like "Gin". The distilled spirits are re-distilled over fruits, flowers, herbs.
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