I'm planning to make an homemade liqueur, like Limoncello, but with oranges. To begin, I've added orange zests to 500 grams of 96% alcohol. Now, I'm puzzled about the sugar syrup.
In the beginning I thought that 500 grams of alcohol + 500 grams of water + 500 grams of sugar = 1.5 liter of liqueur at 33% of alcohol. After some research I learned it's not that simple. I should consider density, convert mass to volume, and probably something else.
So here I am, looking for a tool/spreadsheet/formula to do this math. Something as simple as: given the amount (in grams) of alcohol, sugar and water, you will obtain a solution of a certain amount in liter with a certain percentage of alcohol.
Any help would be appreciated, I'm a total newbie.