Mulled gin This makes a super-festive gift and a warming treat during winter months. It’s best made at least two weeks before drinking to allow the flavours to develop fully. Makes four bottles at just under 200ml each...
The best receipt out there but don’t use vodka, grain alcohol purchased in a liquor store, a fifth, works best. Make the simple syrup with three cups of fine sugar and twelve ounces of water. Adjust the amount of simple syrup and alcohol to taste. This will make a little over a quart. Remember to serve ice cold.
If you’re a fan of spirits, it’s highly possible that you’ve had one or two that’ve been flavored before – even Fireball counts! – but did you know you could make your own version of cranberry-flavored vodka or jalapeño infused tequila? You can even make ‘Bathtub Gin!’ Just follow our simple guide, and you’ll be infusing your own spirits in no time!
Pickle Infused Vodka! Want to make a real bloody mary? It's all about the Pickle Infused Vodka. We're not just talking about any pickle-infused vodka either, but HOMEMADE pickle-infused vodka. Fresh, briny vodka balances out the acidity of tomato juice just so, and makes for a Bloody Mary that you won't be able to put down. Making your own infused vodka is easy, too.