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  • Marmite Wine???

    I'm in competition with my fellow wine makers to come up with the most bizarre - but drinkable wine.

    After racking my brains, the only strange but potentially workable wine I can think of is Marmite.

    Has anyone got any experience or making Marmite wine or any other bizarre tasty wine???

    Any advice would be great!

  • #2
    OMG! I hope Wayne reads this!
    All the best - Glutton 4 Punishment
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    • #3
      Hmmm...not being a wine maker for urmmmm....yikes 35 yrs!!!!


      first thoughts are that....
      Marmite is salty
      lots of salt kills yeast
      ergo...

      won't ferment unless in very low quantities????

      I know it can be used in small amounts- but not as a majority ingredient because of it's salt content !
      "Nicos, Queen of Gooooogle" and... GYO's own Miss Marple

      Location....Normandy France

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      • #4
        Garlic wine?

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        • #5
          I followed the method for quick nice wine on here intended to use rhubarb only i used crushed fennel stalks instead.....eeerm I was thinking Ouzo style. Currently it tastes more like mouthwash but it all depends on your definition of palatable. Was going to do mint next.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by veggiechicken View Post
            Garlic wine?
            I like the sound of this...However would it provide enough taste? I like a full flavour...Maybe Mint may be worth a try!

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            • #7
              Gonna watch this with interest
              Happy Gardening,
              Shirley

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              • #8
                Originally posted by vicpivo View Post
                I like the sound of this...However would it provide enough taste? I like a full flavour...Maybe Mint may be worth a try!
                Here's a recipe for you (please note I have never made this or want to!)
                Garlic Wine Recipe A Home Winemaking article from "The Home Winery"

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                • #9
                  Let's just leave Marmite where it belongs...on hot buttered toast. Well a few other places too...but then each to their own

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by donnakebab View Post
                    Let's just leave Marmite where it belongs...on hot buttered toast. Well a few other places too...but then each to their own
                    You don't, do you?? Doesn't it burn?

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                    • #11
                      Ha ha! well I don't know what you were thinking about but I was thinking eggy bread, mug of hot water and crumpets to name but a few.

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                      • #12
                        chilli wine ?
                        S*d the housework I have a lottie to dig
                        a batch of jam is always an act of creation ..Christine Ferber

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                        • #13
                          omg can't believe there's actually a recipe .........
                          Chili Wine - Make Chili Wine - Chili Wine Recipe
                          S*d the housework I have a lottie to dig
                          a batch of jam is always an act of creation ..Christine Ferber

                          You can't beat a bit of garden porn

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                          • #14
                            odd, but drinkable..... I'd go for a herbal recipe. At present there is a weird (well I think it's weird) infusion sold under the name Morocco (by Liptons). It's a combination of spices and mint. There is a recipe somewhere on here for making wine from fruit-tea, you use a whole box of teabags (most varieties come in 20s or 25s) and this might be worth thinking about.
                            Flowers come in too many colours to see the world in black-and-white.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by donnakebab View Post
                              Ha ha! well I don't know what you were thinking about but I was thinking eggy bread, mug of hot water and crumpets to name but a few.
                              I always find Marmite burns my tongue!

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