How to make fruit flavored liquors. This is a quick and easy DIY project that makes a great gift! This particular recipe uses peaches, but you can substitute other fruits as well.
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I’m not much into liquor myself, but I love giving alcohol as gifts to people who drink. It’s consumable so it’s a nice gift that won’t gather dust at someone’s house. So fruit flavored liquor seemed like the perfect gift that would be fun and easy to make. Plus, I could use some pretty mason jars to gift it!
When I was looking for ideas for our excess peaches, peach infused liquor popped up and I was so excited to give it a try. Infused liquor is great for making cocktails with. From what I’ve read, vodka is easier to infuse, but I also tried some tequila.
Supplies for Fruit Infused Liquor
- Liquor (vodka may work best)
- Fruit (I used peaches)
- Mason jars
How to make Fruit Flavored Liquors
Gather your supplies.
Add your fruit to the empty, clean mason jar.
Now cover the fruit with your liquor of choice. Vodka is supposed to work best.
Let sit for a few days. Remove the fruit and debris.
This post was inspired by 10 Awesome Ways to Preserve the WHOLE Peach by Nutritional Anarchy and The Complete Guide to DIY Flavored Liqours by NWEdible.
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