This Rosemary Infused Vodka is full of herbaceous flavor, embarrassingly easy to make, and makes the perfect addition to (summery) cocktails. It's really fragrant and flavorful, and only requires a little forethought and patience.
🌟 Why You'll Love This Recipe
It's incredibly easy to make. This recipe is almost entirely hands-off!
It uses fresh ingredients. Have lots of fresh rosemary? This is how you can use it up!
It's delicious. It's herbaceous and fabulous.
💭 What is Rosemary Infused Vodka?
Rosemary Infused Vodka is a vodka that has taken on the flavor, aroma, and color of fresh rosemary!
- Rosemary: Fresh rosemary, please!
- Vodka: Use your favorite plain middle-of-the-road vodka here. No need to break out the top shelf stuff.
👩🏻🍳 How to make this infused vodka
Put your fresh rosemary into the mason jar or whatever container you're using. Add the vodka. Seal it up, and let it sit! That's it.
Once about 5 days have passed, you can remove the rosemary from the container, or not. The flavor will continue to intensify the longer it's left in the vodka. Taste it occasionally and stop when you're happy with the flavor.
You can store the vodka right in the container in which it was infused and stash it wherever you keep your booze. I keep mine in our pantry.
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I'd recommend using a plain vodka that's kind of middle-of-the-road in terms of quality. You want to use something that's drinkable and decent, but don't want to use top shelf liquor.
It's up to you. The longer it sits and infuses, the stronger the flavor will be. Taste it often and stop when you're happy with the flavor.
I store mine in the mason jar that it infused in (after straining the rosemary out) in my liquor cabinet. Store it in a cool dark place.
I'd love to know what you thought of this recipe! Don't forget to leave a comment and ⭐️ star rating below!
Rosemary Infused Vodka
- 6 sprigs rosemary fresh
- 3.5 cups plain vodka
- Place the sprigs of rosemary into a jar (or other container that can be sealed). Top with vodka.
- Seal the container and wait 5 days. You'll see the vodka go from colorless to a clear gold/green.
- Use your preferred plain, middle-of-the-road (in terms of quality) vodka here. No need to use Belvedere or anything like that.
- Taste the vodka occasionally during the infusion process. Stop whenever you are happy with the flavor.
Disclaimer: Nutritional information is a generated estimate and is not guaranteed to be accurate.