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?
Infusing liqueurs at home with inspiring and seasonal ingredients
Mango plus vodka equals delicious
Dried currants infused in brandy makes a delicious and easy substitute for creme de cassis or cassis liqueur. This should be fabulous in a Kir Royale!
This is a chocolate and bourbon lover's dream come true. Easy to make, and even easier to enjoy. Cocoa nibs infused in bourbon equals delicious!
The tropical flavor of coconuts take you to a warm place... even in the winter.
Dried hibiscus flowers plus brandy equals delicious cocktails!
Sweet apples with brandy and vodka need no additional sugar to turn into a refreshing and scrumptious liqueur. Very simple for first-time infusers!
In this luscious liqueur, dried tart cherries allow you to enjoy a favorite summer flavor even in the winter.
The flavors of ginger, lime, agave and gin combine for a spicy, yet bright and refreshing liqueur. This will make some amazing cocktails!
You can have the taste of the tropics, even in the winter! Infuse fresh pineapple in your choice of spirit, and sip your way to happiness. We infused both rum and vodka. It was a tough choice to pick a favorite. Which will you pick?
Bourbon infused with apples, cinnamon and vanilla... tastes like apple pie.