Peel the oranges and the lemon and cut the peels
small. Put the peels in a pot together with the vodka and store in a
dark place for 4 weeks. Slowly dissolve the sugar in 100 ml water on
a small fire. Allow it to cool down a bit. Poor the orange flavor vodka
through a sieve and mix with the sugar solution.
On the 30th of
Dutch celebrate "Queen's
Day" because this is the birthday of the former queen. As one of her
last names was "orange", a similar liqueur (orange bitter) is served.
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Mix the sugar with the strong coffee, heat the mixture
slowly, allowing the sugar to dissolve. Let it cool down, then mix in
the vodka. You can use vodka, gin, Dutch gin or another alcohol without
strong taste. Then add the instant coffee, stir well. Heat the cream
until it is very fluid, and add to the mixture. Add the whisky. Keep
the liqueur in the fridge.
This liqueur is called "Timur" (a famous person in
Uzbek history) because one major ingredient is instant coffee, which
is very popular and often used in