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Cut or scrape the orange colored part off the orange peel. This is the zest and is quite rich in aromatic essences. Be careful not to get any of the white pith of the peel since it is very bitter. Squeeze the oranges and strain the juice well. In a mixing jar place the orange juice, zest, vodka and the corriander seed. Cover and leave to infuse for two weeks. Drain thru a coarse sieve and return to the mixing jar. Discard the residue. Add the brandy flavor and the sugar. Shake vigorously until the sugar is dissolved. Leave to clear. This liqueur is very slow to clear, so be patient. When clear, two weeks or more, decant and add brown food dye previously mixed with a small amount of the liqueur. This liqueur should be a pale brown color so go very easy with the brown food coloring, lest you end up with a dark brown liqueur. Posted to MM-Recipes Digest V3 #345 From: email@example.com (Lois Smith) Date: Mon, 16 Dec 1996 14:46:57 PST
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