Belle Isle Moonshine

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Coconut Oil Washed Infusion

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Coconut Oil Washed Infusion

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Ingredients

  • 1 bottle Belle Isle Premium Moonshine
  • 1 cup liquid coconut oil (must be unrefined)

Preparation

Shake to combine and let rest for at least 12 hours in the refrigerator (this works best in a large mouth container). Remove the layer of solidified oil, and strain the liquid through cheesecloth or vey fine mesh (the finer the better).

Danny McDermott on fat washing: "I think fat-washing is an easy way to infuse interesting flavors into a base spirit. It's more or less fool proof. You take fat, and you can use any fat (oils, compound butters, fatty meat, cheese, etc.), put it in alcohol, let it sit for a while, and voila...a new flavor. It's not as precise as some other infusions (as with making bitters or compound infusions where incorrect proportions of ingredients can drastically alter the outcome). The more fat added, the more intense the final flavor, and vice-versa."

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Ingredients

  • 1 bottle Belle Isle Premium Moonshine
  • 1 cup liquid coconut oil (must be unrefined)

Preparation

Shake to combine and let rest for at least 12 hours in the refrigerator (this works best in a large mouth container). Remove the layer of solidified oil, and strain the liquid through cheesecloth or vey fine mesh (the finer the better).

Danny McDermott on fat washing: "I think fat-washing is an easy way to infuse interesting flavors into a base spirit. It's more or less fool proof. You take fat, and you can use any fat (oils, compound butters, fatty meat, cheese, etc.), put it in alcohol, let it sit for a while, and voila...a new flavor. It's not as precise as some other infusions (as with making bitters or compound infusions where incorrect proportions of ingredients can drastically alter the outcome). The more fat added, the more intense the final flavor, and vice-versa."