I’ve been hearing about infused vodka for quite some time. Last weekend, during a bout of boredom, I made 3 small batches of infused vodkas: pineapple, jalapeno and the one featured here, blueberry-infused vodka. The ingredients and the process is quite simple so, if you’re a vodka lover, you have no reason not to try this! If you can find cute little bottles, this would also make a fun 21+ gift!
Gently press berries to release juice and drop into container
Pour vodka over berries and gently shake. Let vodka sit, at room temperature for a couple of hours before sealing and refrigerating.
Infused vodka is ready after 3 to 5 days but tastes best when left longer.
Strain blueberries before using.
Infused vodka can be kept refrigerated (sans berries) for approximately two months. I haven't sampled mine yet but it's currently a gorgeous purplish jewel-colored hue and smells divine. I plan to make a blueberry vodka lemonade with it.
Kendra is a 40-something chef and business owner living in the gorgeous Shenandoah Valley region of Virginia, a little over an hour away from Washington, D.C. On a perfect she can be found discussing the taste and beauty of food, and all things related to Ohio State football. email@example.com Read more about Kendra here.