Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
A delicious--and powerful--horseradish infused vodka. Good to sip ice cold with all sorts of snacks, we use it on Passover as one of the steps of the seder (blessing over the bitter herbs).
Citrusy and spicy this Pineapple and Jalapeño Infused Tequila will become a new favorite!
Cucumbers and jalapeño peppers give this infused Spicy Cucumber Gin a real kick for your cocktails!
Chamomile and Pear make a delicate infused vodka
Every year I grow lemongrass, but Minnesota winters are to cold for the perennial grass to survive the hard frosts. This year I had a better idea. I infused the stalks in vodka.
A simple way of bringing a timeless dessert into a delicious liquor.
We use this very spicy vodka to turn up the heat on cocktails such as lemon drops, Bee's Knees, and a fresh carrot and beet juice cocktail!!!
Commercial damson gin is often so sweet and syrupy that the flavor of the fruit is lost. Preserve the taste of summer with this fruity, floral, and delicate homemade liqueur.
Recipes for roasted pinapple-infused mezcal and spicy cucumber gin.
Ever had Velvet Falernum? NO?! Its wonderful blend of spices makes incredible cocktails. Buying Falernum can be hard to find, and taste artificial and bland. Use vinegar and make a non-alcoholic shrub that will take your cocktails to the next level!