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How to Infuse Your Own Vodka

How to Infuse Your Own Vodka

Forget those expensive flavored vodkas -- learn how to make your own flavor infused vodka for a lot less money and a lot more flavors. Here are our favorite recipes and tips.

Homemade vodka

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Homemade flavored vodka is a DIY favorite during the holiday season! Fill some mason jars with vodka and add some fresh fruit. Let it sit for in the fridge and marinate for at a few days to a week.

Taste it after 3 days and continue infusing to your liking. Most fruit vodkas are finished in 3 to 5 days, but you can continue infusing the vodka for longer.

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Cranberry Vanilla Vodka

Homemade Cranberry Vanilla Vodka 2 cups cranberries, fresh or frozen cup water cup sugar 1 vanilla bean 1 bottle of vodka fresh cranberries, for packaging

Get in the holiday spirit by making this easy Candy Cane Vodka and using it in various cocktails throughout the holiday season! via @speckledpalate

Candy Cane Vodka

Get in the holiday spirit by making this homemade Candy Cane Vodka. It's easier than you think! Candy canes dissolve in a jar of vodka to create this simple infused alcohol. Mix Candy Cane Vodka into (Seasoned Mix Vegetables)

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My inspiration for this project came to me while perusing the aisles at a liquor store, debating on what to bring to a friend's upcoming party.

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How to Infuse Vodka and Spirits

How to infuse vodka and other spirits with various fruits, vegetables herbs and spices. It’s Friday, you know what that means right? It’s cocktail time, so may I offer you a drink?

Soak Strawberries in Chocolate Flavored Vodka for 24 hours, then dip in melted chocolate. Let cool and serve.

Soak Strawberries in Chocolate Flavored Vodka for 24 hours, then dip in melted chocolate. Let cool and serve. Soak in Peppermint Chocolate Vodka and then dip them in peppermint flavored chocolate.

Vodka Tonic: Fill a glass with ice. Add 1⁄4 cup vodka and top with 1⁄2 cup soda; stir. If you like, add fresh lime juice. Garnish: Lime wedge.

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Vodka Tonic: Fill a glass with ice. Add cup vodka and top with cup soda; If you like, add fresh lime juice.

Vanilla Vodka Chai Tea

6 oz Chai tea with 2 oz vanilla vodka, oz amaretto liqueur, oz simple syrup, and oz half-n-half. Garnish with cinnamon sticks.

My dad's limoncello, revamped and beautifully labeled by a family friend.

Leo’s Limoncello

make non-alcoholic -- Homemade Limoncello. An Italian woman I used to work with brought this to our Christmas party one year. It's like a shot of lemon meringue pie! So delicious and dangerous considering the alcohol.

Apple Pie Moonshine. This is definitely going in my christmas gift baskets!

Apple Pie Moonshine

My Apple Pie Moonshine: 1 gal spiced apple cider 1 gal apple juice cinnamon sticks c. granulated sugar c. brown sugar {I use light brown} 750 ml bottle of 190 proof grain alcohol

Purple Rain 1 part Vodka 1 part Blue Curacao 2 parts Grenadine 2 parts Pineapple Juice dash of Lime Juice.

purple rain cocktail 1 part Vodka 1 part Blue Curacao 2 parts Grenadine 2 parts Pineapple Juice dash of Lime Juice or 1 part Vodka 1 part Blue Curacao 1 part Cranberry juice Method Mix ingredients together with ice, add to a Collins glass.

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