DesNaz Posted August 16, 2010 Share Posted August 16, 2010 Hi all: I am trying out liqueur preparation using essential oils extracted from fruits, seeds, etc. After dissolving the oils in ENA and adding clear sugar syrup and mineral water, the liqueur looks nice and clear for a few days. Then I notice a very fine powdery dispersion at the bottom of the bottle, which redissolves with some shaking. Aside from decanting, is there something else I could do? Is there an upper limit to the the concentration of sugar syrup that will guarantee NO precipitation in the alcohol/essectial oils/sugar/water mix at room temperature (say 20 deg C)? Will using only DM water help? Would appreciate your thoughts and experiences :-) Cheers! Des PS. Sorry about the 'Hoe to avaoi..' in the topic line... not sure how it happened... if the moderator can correct it to 'How to avoid..', I'd be most grateful :-) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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