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You can make banana liqueur at home and you don’t even need to clean your bathtub!
See also: Liana Bennett Beverage Alcohol Report
• 2 ripe bananas
• 2 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
• 2 cups sugar
• 6 cups favorite vodka (unflavored will leave sole banana flavor but if you want to combine flavors, use about 1 cup of flavored vodka (ex. mandarin) and 5 cups of plain vodka)
Mash bananas and put in a gallon jar; Cover bananas with vodka; Seal jar tightly and set aside in cool, dry place for a week.
After a week, pour the mixture through a strainer to remove banana mush.
Mix in sugar to the remaining liquid; Strain again through a clean cloth to filter any sediment; Mix in vanilla.
Let it sit for a day or so then serve to all your friends!
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