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Libertu winery in Ikskile, Latvia, turns birch sap into sparkling wine using traditional Champagne method

Libertu winery in Ikskile, Latvia, turns birch sap into sparkling wine using traditional Champagne method

Homemade Alaska: Birch Sap - Tap With a   Plan  University of Alaska PDF for birch brews:  http://www.uaf.edu/files/snras/MP_04_02.pdf

Homemade Alaska: Birch Sap - Tap With a Plan University of Alaska PDF for birch brews: http://www.uaf.edu/files/snras/MP_04_02.pdf

How to Make Your Own Mint Extract: 1/2 pound of mint leaves crushed, packed in pint canning jar, then filled with vodka (at least 80 proof). After 1 month, strain the leaves saving the minty vodka - aka mint extract.

How to Make Your Own Mint Extract: 1/2 pound of mint leaves crushed, packed in pint canning jar, then filled with vodka (at least 80 proof). After 1 month, strain the leaves saving the minty vodka - aka mint extract.

Nordic Food – Birch sap snaps – Client: SAV

Nordic Food – Birch sap snaps – Client: SAV

Sparkling wine (or Champagne, should you really want to go all out!) is a surprisingly good wine pairing for fried chicken. Don't believe it? I have just the recipe!

Sparkling wine (or Champagne, should you really want to go all out!) is a surprisingly good wine pairing for fried chicken. Don't believe it? I have just the recipe!

This fantastic Cremant d'Alsace from Wolfberger  is a great (and affordable!) alternative to Champagne. A recipe for this, too, on the b log!

This fantastic Cremant d'Alsace from Wolfberger is a great (and affordable!) alternative to Champagne. A recipe for this, too, on the b log!

This is one of my go-to whites. Crisp and wonderfully aromatic it loves Asian cuisine and asparagus. And I have a recipe that ticks both boxes!

This is one of my go-to whites. Crisp and wonderfully aromatic it loves Asian cuisine and asparagus. And I have a recipe that ticks both boxes!

Birch juice, either fresh or fermented - This “elixir of life” is poured into a wooden barrel and sprinkled with grains of barley. The seeds sprout, creating a green cover, but the juice ferments with a special taste. Brown, fermented birch juice is a result of adding roasted rye bread crusts. Taste additives: black currant branches and peppermint. Nowadays birch juices are made with lemon and orange rind, raisins, cinnamon, etc. A skilled maker may even offer you birch champagne.

Birch juice, either fresh or fermented - This “elixir of life” is poured into a wooden barrel and sprinkled with grains of barley. The seeds sprout, creating a green cover, but the juice ferments with a special taste. Brown, fermented birch juice is a result of adding roasted rye bread crusts. Taste additives: black currant branches and peppermint. Nowadays birch juices are made with lemon and orange rind, raisins, cinnamon, etc. A skilled maker may even offer you birch champagne.

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