Pear grappa

Pear grappa

How to prepare pear grappa

First wash and dry the pears very well. In this kind of homemade liqueurs it is always good practice to use organic fruit, otherwise wash it with baking soda or peel it. If the pears are large, cut them into pieces, remove the core and internal seeds and leave to macerate with the white grappa in a tightly closed glass jar.

Let it sit for about 4-6 weeks, shaking the jar every now and then.

At the end of the rest period, filter the contents into the final bottle, using a clean cloth or cotton gauze.

Variations on how to flavor

The delicate and soft taste of pear grappa also goes very well with other flavors, perhaps stronger or spicy.

  • Cinnamon. The addition of a cinnamon stick will help to give a more decisive flavor to the grappa.
  • Star anise. Combine star anise with pears for an even more particular taste.
  • Apples. An apple / pear grappa will be even more intriguing on your tables. The recipe procedure obviously remains the same.

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