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Historically, crème de noyaux would contain trace amounts of hydrogen cyanide, which is poisonous. Although the chemical was not normally present in a dangerous intensity, bottles of 19th-century Noyaux left for decades in the cellar would sometimes have all the cyanide float up to the top, with lethal results for the drinker of the first glass. Dorothy Sayers used this peculiarity of the old Crème de Noyaux in her short story "Bitter Almonds" (collected in In the Teeth of the Evidence, 1939).
To me amaretto tastes a little less bitter than creme de noyaux, while crème de noyau tastes a little bit more nuttier at the same time. I am not a professional connoisseur so you can take or leave what I say here.
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I use cherry pits for my noyaux. I have an old hand crank Corona grain mill, that on the widest setting for the plates cracks the pits very nicely.Steep them in brandy for a month, strain through silk, let settle and rack.No sugar at all.Sips nicely.It also makes a nice addition (1:6) to a mirabelle plum liqueur that I produce (which does have sugar to balance the acid of the plums).
I have made some creme de noyaux,using peach kernels,and extracting with vodka.The best way to crack the stones is to use a macadamia nut cracker,which is like a miniature press,with a hardened metal point on a screw:this instantly cracks the peach stone,without damaging the nut inside.The nutcracker costs about 10.
Hello, I just found your blog. I read a recent article in the Summer 2018 edition of Food and Wine that had instructions for making noyaux oil. This oil was then used in making Apricot Pisco Sour and a drink called Michael Corleone. I must confess I am bit concerned about the cyanide. What is the estimated concentration of cyanide in a typical drink? The bartender who authored the piece in Food and Wine suggested placing the noyaux oil in a sous vide at 140 degrees for 2 hours. Perhaps this inactivates the chemical?Also, I have a suggestion for clarifying the noyaux. Rather than straining or filtering, try centrifugation. The particulate matter would be concentrated at the bottom of the vessel, leaving a clear filtrate at the top.Cheers.
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Creme de Noyaux is an almond-flavored crème liqueur made from apricot pits, which also flavor the better-known, brandy-based amaretto. It may also be made from the almond-shaped kernels contained within peach pits. The name comes from the French noyau: "kernel, pit, or core". 041b061a72