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Candy-Infused Vodka

Be your own mixologist and make vodka flavored with candy.

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You don’t need to spend a fortune at the liquor store to stock your bar with flavored vodkas. It’s a breeze to make your own at home with assorted chewy candies! CandyVodka_header
Here’s what you need to be your own mixologist: Vodka, fruit-flavored candies, mason jars, coffee filters, a funnel or measuring cup with spout and 8.5-oz flasks. Candy Infused Vodka
Start by adding one color of candy to each mason jar. To each jar, pour in 8 ounces of vodka. Candy Infused Vodka
Place a lid onto each jar, close tightly and shake vigorously for 20 seconds. Let stand for about 3 hours. Candy Infused Vodka
Now, filter each candy-infused vodka with a coffee filter. Candy Infused Vodka
This can be a slow process due to the buildup of sugar from the candy. It may be necessary to poke a few small holes into the coffee filter for an initial filtration. Then perform a second filtration with a clean filter. If sugar residue remains after the second filtration, filter again or skim with a spoon. Candy Infused Vodka
Carefully pour an infused vodka into each flask. Candy Infused Vodka
Store in the refrigerator until ready to use. Or add a cute tag and give as a gift. Our friends at Quite Like It Design were kind enough to design a tag for us and even allowed us to share it with you. Here is a link. All you need to do is print and cut out! Candy Infused Vodka