krupnik THE soup
Come to think of it..... I am hungry, where is krupnik when one needs it? :-)
- I have a bottle at home, not a pot, a bottle that's right;)
There's a soup?
Anyway, two ways that I know how to make it, one requires a stove and about a weeks time, the other doesn't need a stove, but you need a lot more time for infusion.
How much time do you have? All you have to do is to be able to boil water for the first one....
-no no no, you must be talking about some fugazi
krupnik or miodowka, not proper krupnik. It does require stove, to heat honey and water and to get the extract of other ingredients.
If this is possible, would you be willing to share your recipe?
Sorry I cannot reveal a detailed receipe but if you look for a different one at internet I could give some practical advice.
If so, can I store the krupnik or should it be consumed immediately?
- there is no rush, the best is after about a year depending on the kind of honey used (honey makes big differences and is a key of sourcing your ingredients), but it is also possible to taste it just after producing, being still warm (though it is not to be mulled, not grzaniec!).