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There were misfires along the way. That was a pretty big mistake. Of course, making home-brewed hard liquor is not without risk.
Dozens of people recently died in Kenya after drinking bootlegged liquor, and such deaths have also been a problem in the Czech Republic.
So care is required. To make palinka, Mr. Hajas said, you start by gathering the fruit you want to use. He uses cherries from a tree in his yard or blackberries that grow along a fence.
Next, you put the fruit into a barrel with some sugar, and for some fruits, like apples, you add water. Then you close the barrel, and wait four to seven weeks, stirring the contents daily.
Hajas explained. You then move the liquid to the distilling pot and start heating it very slowly at a low temperature.
The two pots are connected by piping, and the second pot is used to cool the liquid. Slowly, the palinka drips out of the second pot, while some poisonous chemicals dissolve in steam.
Hajas stores the palinka for a few months in a glass jar that also contains sun-dried fruits. His brew is about 48 percent alcohol, or 96 proof.
Others agree with his assessment. In a nearby neighborhood, Jozsef, a stout, year-old state worker who has been distilling palinka for decades, was asked if a 48 percent alcohol blend was real palinka.
He was asked why so many people made palinka. Then the talk turned to history. By Internet shop do you mean a place that will ship internationally?
Both of these makers have webshops I believe. Last but NOT least it is whole lot cheaper. Agree with the previous 2 posters: we are lucky enough to have a source of home made, bottles per annum is enough for that stuff!
Agardi, which John recommends, can be bought from Bortarsasag who I believe will deliver internationally, but they only sell 33cl bottles I think.
Szatmar Romanian: Satu Mare is traditionally a centre for the making of great palinka, based on my experience a reputation well deserved, you could try and find someone there via google.
Perhaps local adverts is worth to explore where I might find someone who would be able to sell and send it abroad. Sadly, it's illegal to sell the home brew If you find yourself with enough time in wine country in Hungary to do one or more winery tours, you can ask the winemakers if they know of any sources of home-brew palinka; sometimes they do.
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