Grapefruit and lemon add a little bit of tart to balance out the could-be-too-flowery flavor of steeped elderflower blossoms, but whether you make infused simple syrup or your own liqueur, the flavor is bright, sweet summer all the way.
Not your grandpa's limoncello. Delirious smell at first sniff and incredible, non bitter taste will make you drink it until either someone takes it away from you or you empty the bottle. Either way it's super simple. Printable recipe included.
Local Minnesota Summercrisp Pears soaked in vodka for 3 months, results in a vodka with a pretty pink brown hue that tastes like pear heaven, sweat, floral and delicious. But you can make this easy infusion with any ripe pear you have on hand.
Candy corn is aplenty this time of year. Rather than letting the kids eat it all, make a batch of candy corn infused vodka. After a few hours it will be ready for you to enjoy on the rocks or in one of these candy corn vodka cocktails. Cheers!