4 Easy Infused Vodka Recipes You Can Try At Home

infused vodka recipes

Making cocktails is a lot easier and better with infused spirits. Who says no to a home-made cocktail any time of the day? Infused vodka recipes deserve your attention as trying them at home is no rocket science. 

Once you crack the infused vodka recipes by yourself, you can prepare a wide variety of fruity cocktails on the go. Be it any occasion, experimenting with infused vodka recipes with different mixers, flavors, fruits, syrups, and creams is always fun. Moreover, infusing vodka into recipes is therapeutic to many. 

Here are some of the easy infused vodka recipes you can try at home with no glitches.

Best Infused Vodka Recipes

The very prime requisite for making any infused vodka recipe is a glass container that can be a mason jar, quart canning jar, or any glass container with an airtight cap. 

Next, you will need a vodka of your choice. Pristine Vodka will serve the purpose best. Once you have at least these two and some fruits handy with you, you are good to go. 

Lemon Infused Vodka Recipe

Let’s start with the very basic ingredient you can find that home. For making a lemon-infused vodka, you need

  • Quarter cut lemon (1 lemon)
  • The glass container of your choice
  • 2 cups of your favorite vodka

To make the infusion, put your cut lemon into the glass container, pour your favorite vodka over it, and seal it. Store it in a cool and dark place and forget it for about 10 days, at least to get a nice lemon flavored cocktail. 

The longer it is kept, the better will be the infusion. After 10 days, you can taste your infused vodka and decide if it is lemonier the way you like it. If not, wait for another 5 or so days. 

What now?

Once you have your lemon-infused vodka, you can make various sorts of cocktails of your choice like Lemon Drop, Lemonade Sangria, or any lemon cocktail of your choice. 

Watermelon Infused Vodka Recipe

Here is covering another easy infused vodka recipe with easily available ingredients at home. All you need are:

  • Freshly cut small pieces of watermelon
  • Mason jar of your choice
  • Vodka to fill the jar

Drop all the freshly cut watermelon cubes into a jar. Pour some vodka over them so that watermelon pieces are fully immersed. Close the jar and shake it well. Now, refrigerate it for about 4 to 5 days so that watermelon is nicely infused with vodka. 

Strain the mixture, and now your watermelon infused vodka is ready to be used for making different cocktails like a Martini recipe or your own version of cocktails. 

Moreover, Vodka cocktails are very easy to experiment with and be used with ‘n’ number of mixers. 

Cucumber Infused Vodka Recipe

This is another simple infused vodka recipe that you can right away try at home. For this, all you need is:

  • Sliced or chopped cucumber (1 cucumber)
  • 2 cups of your favorite vodka
  • Glass container

Pour all the sliced and diced cucumber pieces into the glass jar and cover the mix with a decent amount of vodka. Seal the container and keep it in a cool and dry place. Leave this container for about 10 to 15 days for vodka to get infused with cucumber water. It will take a bit more time than others as cucumber doesn’t have that strong flavor lemon or fruits. 

Once you get the cucumber-infused vodka taste of your choice, you can use this in making cocktails like cucumber vodka tonic or add it in mixers of your choice. 

Berry Infused Vodka

Berry infused vodka is the next infused recipe that can be easily tried if you have berries at home. You can make a single type of berry as well as a combination of all. A berry-infused vodka can have three layers containing raspberry, strawberries, blueberries, or any other berry of your choice. Here are the ingredients:

  • Chopped assorted berries of your choice/ one of your favorite berry
  • Vodka 
  • Glass jar

Layer your berries one after another or fill your jar with a single type of berries. After that, pour vodka over them so that at least half of the jar is filled with it, or they are deeply immersed in vodka. Now, keep them in the cool and dry place and wait for at least 3 to 5 days. 

The more you wait, the better will be the taste. Once you get your desired flavor of berry-infused vodka, you can use it as a mixer in your cocktails. 

You can store the remaining berry-infused vodka in a refrigerator or at a dark place away from sunlight. 

Earl Grey Vodka Recipe

If you are a fan of Earl Grey black tea, this infused vodka recipe is a must-try. All you need is:

  • An unbleached tea bag
  • Earl grey tea loose leaves not tea bags
  • Vodka
  • Mason jar/ gas container

Take the unbleached tea bag and fill it with a few loose leave of Earl Grey tea. Close the top of the teabag such that an ample amount of space is left for the leaves to expand and lose flavor. Now, place this assorted bag into the glass jar. Pour a generous amount of vodka into it. 

Just seal the jar container and keep it in a cool, dry, and dark place for at least 2 to 3 days. Earl grey or any tea-infused vodka takes less time to infuse and can even be ready within 24 hours. 

Thinking how you can use this infused vodka later? Why not try the exclusive Russian Cuppa that is a perfect blend of vanilla vodka, Earl Grey infused vodka, cream, or milk?

Serve it chilled for better taste. 

Your Turn

So, these were top 5, easy and different infused vodka recipes you can definitely try at home. Get your hands on these and be a professional bartender for your family members.