Fresh and Fruity Vodka Infusions

Fresh and Fruity Vodka Infusions
These fruit vodka infusions are easy and so, so pretty. What a way to impress your guests!
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Cuisine: American
Recipe type: Drinks
Ingredients
Apple & Blackberry infusion
  • 50 grams granny smith apple, roughly chopped
  • 70 grams blackberries
  • 150 milliliters vodka
  • 300 milliliters soda water
Pear & Cinnamon infusion
  • 90 grams pear, roughly chopped
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 150 milliliters vodka
  • 300 milliliters soda water
Strawberry & Basil infusion
  • 100 grams strawberries roughly chopped
  • 6 basil leaves
  • 150 milliliters vodka
  • 300 milliliters soda water
Cucumber & Mint infusion
  • 80 grams cucumber, roughly chopped
  • 12 mint leaves
  • 150 milliliters vodka
  • |300 milliliters soda water
Instructions
Apple & Blackberry infusion
  1. Take a sterilized jam jar and add the apple and blackberries. Muddle together to release any juices.
  2. Add the Ketel vodka, place the lid on and shake to combine.
  3. Leave to infuse for 3-5 days, the longer you leave it the more intense the flavours will get!
  4. After the vodka has been infused sieve the fruits, reserving the vodka. Add 50 milliliters to a glass of ice and top with 100 milliliters soda water and enjoy!
Pear & Cinnamon infusion
  1. Take a sterilized jam jar and add the pear and cinnamon stick. Muddle together to release any juices.
  2. Add the Ketel vodka, place the lid on and shake to combine.
  3. Leave to infuse for 3-5 days, the longer you leave it the more intense the flavours will get!
  4. After the vodka has been infused sieve the fruits, reserving the vodka. Add 50 milliliters to a glass of ice and top with 100 milliliters soda water and enjoy!
Strawberry & Basil infusion
  1. Take a sterilized jam jar and add the strawberry and basil leaves. Muddle together to release any juices.
  2. Add the Ketel vodka, place the lid on and shake to combine.
  3. Leave to infuse for 3-5 days, the longer you leave it the more intense the flavours will get!
  4. After the vodka has been infused sieve the fruits, reserving the vodka. Add 50 milliliters to a glass of ice and top with 100 milliliters soda water and enjoy!
Cucumber & Mint infusion
  1. Take a sterilized jam jar and add the cucumber and mint leaves. Muddle together to release any juices.
  2. Add the Ketel vodka, place the lid on and shake to combine.
  3. Leave to infuse for 3-5 days, the longer you leave it the more intense the flavours will get!
  4. After the vodka has been infused sieve the fruits, reserving the vodka. Add 50 milliliters to a glass of ice and top with 100 milliliters soda water and enjoy!

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These fruit vodka infusions are easy and so, so pretty. What a way to impress your guests!

Posted by Proper Tasty on Tuesday, December 11, 2018

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