At one time, Tom and I used to buy Boggs cranberry liqueur for the holiday season. The company that made it closed down many years ago.
Years ago, before the internet, I came across a recipe for the stuff. For over twenty years, I have been making it yearly for Christmas.
Every year, around Halloween, I start making my cranberry liqueur.
It takes approximately seven to eight weeks to set up before consumption.
After four weeks I bottle the liqueur and then I let it sit for another 3 to 4 weeks and by Christmas Eve it is ready to pour.
The long wait is well worth waiting. It is so very very close to the taste of Boggs.
As I mentioned in my previous post, Brian injured his arm during the weekend end. Tom and I had been treated it as a sprain but to be sure Tom took him to see his doctor Monday. He ordered x-rays and we waited all day, until 6:30 that night to find out the results. The doctor said that he didn’t see any fracture to his arm, but may have a hairline fracture in his elbow and that we should call an orthopedic doctor that Brian’s doctors recommended. I called first thing this morning. The only time the orthopedic doctor can see Brian is this Thursday. That is when we will, hopefully, find out to what extent his arm is injured.