It's fun and simple to make boozy berries. You don't even need a recipe. Just fill jars with ripe, clean berries, add a high-proof alcohol until the jar is about 3/4 full, then add herbal or fruity liqueur to top it off.
This year I decided to preserve my favorite native fruit by making cordial, shrub, and drunken berries. These recipes can also be made with blueberries or other fruits. There's a berry kamikaze cocktail recipe too!
It's the height of berry season in Newfoundland. The results of our Labour Day foraging trip including photos of the feral and wild fruit on the plant for contextual identification. Bonus recipe for apple-blackberry crumble.