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Simple Gilliflower Wine Cooking Recipe

Below is the quick and easy cooking recipe for Gilliflower Wine.

To three gallons of water put six pounds of the best raw sugar. Boil the sugar and water together for the space of half an hour, and keep skimming it as the scum rises. Let it stand to cool, beat up three ounces of syrup of betony with a large spoonful of ale yeast, and put it into the liquor. Prepare a peck of gilliflowers, cut from the stalks, and put them in to infuse and work together for three days, the whole being covered with a cloth. Strain it, and put it into a cask; let it settle for three or four weeks, and then bottle it.


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