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Infused liquors! Why not?

Choose your liquor and choose your flavor.  I did apple cinnamon whiskey ( per Donna G!) and vanilla vodka!

Clean your jars ( I sterilized mine) and add the ingredient for flavor.  Pour liquor over and put the lid back on. Shake it! And then shake it some more…3-5 times a day for about 3-5 days! Store in a cool, dark place.  Go here for more detailed instructions!

Pretty much the same thing for these babies! Choose your flavors, bottles, and olive oil. I did garlic and rosemary.  Boil the oil for about 1-2 minutes just until warm. Then let the oil cool for about 5-7 minutes.  Place ingredients in bottle first and then pour over the oil. Let it sit to infuse about 2 weeks in a cool dry place! You can also place it in the refrigerator.

Good gifts for yourself or the holidays. My friend Hilda took home one last night!!

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  1. Meghan #
    November 4, 2013

    What type of whiskey and apples did u use for the apple cinnamon whiskey?

    • November 4, 2013

      hi there. to be honest, i did this post so long ago, i am not sure. probably bulleit or just a good old jim beam. anything you like will work. as for apple, i would use something good for baking like pink lady or honey crisp so the apple will hold up.

  2. Joy #
    June 25, 2013

    HI there! How long can you keep infused vodkas?

    • June 25, 2013

      i am not for certain, there are many different thoughts on this. depending on sterilization of your bottles, percentage of alcohol, etc. i would say 3 months maybe. you could also probably dig out the ingredient and transfer the vodka to another sanitized bottle.

  3. November 27, 2012

    Hi! I saw this on pinterest – where do you get your bottles? they are very pretty.

    • November 30, 2012

      thanks! the jars are just jamming jars. the bottles are actually small glass club soda bottles. i save them, take off the label, and cork them with corks i found at cost plus! i save a lot of jars and bottles i find interesting.

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