How to Soak an Apple in Vodka

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How to Soak an Apple in Vodka
Infuse vodka with apples to give the liquor a fruity undertone. (apple image by lefebvre_jonathan from

Vodka infused with fruit makes a nice gift or addition to the home bar. When infusing, choose a vodka of medium quality. Top-shelf vodkas taste good enough to serve on their own. Low-quality vodkas taste fairly horrible no matter how you try and dress them up. If apples aren't your fruit of choice, infuse your vodka with berries or tropical fruits instead.

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Things you need

  • Vodka, medium-quality
  • Fresh apples
  • Container with lid
  • Empty liquor bottle with lid
  • Cheesecloth

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  1. 1

    Slice apples, removing the cores and seeds but leaving the skin on. Place the slices into a container with a lid that seals.

  2. 2

    Pour vodka into the container until the liquid covers the apples. Put the lid on the container and set it aside in a cool, dry place.

  3. 3

    Shake the container every few days to stir up the vodka and apples. Let the apples steep for at least two weeks, but up to a month.

  4. 4

    When the vodka is properly infused, pour the liquid into a clean liquor bottle with lid. Pour it through a cheesecloth strainer to make sure no apple bits end up in the final product. Put a lid on the liquor bottle and store it in a cool, dry place until you are ready to use it.

  5. 5

    Discard the apple. You could eat it but since fruit absorbs alcohol as it soaks, it would taste strongly of pure vodka, which would be too strong of a snack for most.

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