Fine Currant Syrup, or Sirop de Groseilles

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By Eliza Acton

Published 1845

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Express the juice from some fine ripe red currants, which have been gathered in dry weather, and stripped from the stalks; strain, and put it into a new, or a perfectly clean and dry earthen pitcher, and let it stand in a cellar or in some cool place for twenty-four hours,