Originally Posted by AACJ
Well, any suggestions?
Sorry I missed your original post as i wasn't on the forum much in early August. I did one earlier this year using wild blueberries I picked up on the Moors near my house - Whimberries is the local name for them where I am, they're much smaller than the American version but taste the same.
I couldn't find a recipe in my books so I just went with a few basic principles to cover all angles with this:-
Makes 1 UK Gallon (4.5 Ltrs)
3lb Well cleaned and rinsed Berries
1/2lb Chopped Raisins
2 Teaspoons Yeast Nutrient
1 Teaspoon Pectin Destroying Enzyme
1 Teaspoon Citric Acid
1 Teaspoon of Tannin
1 Teaspoon Dried Wine yeast
1 UK Gallon Cold water
Last time I tasted it it was very fruity, I'm aging it for another 6 months before i try again.