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Christmas Spirit

Mix fruit, cranberries and vodka and you've found the true Christmas Spirit! Try our real fruit drink for holiday festivities.

Notes


  • Try making cranberry sauce from cranberries strained from the liqueur.

Ingredients

  • 2 cups cranberries
  • 2 clementines or small oranges
  • 2 cups granulated sugar
  • 1 2-inch stick cinnamon
  • 2 cups vodka

Instructions

  1. Crush the cranberries evenly in a food processer or use a mortar and pestle.
     
  2. Peel orange rind, being careful to avoid the bitter white pith. Squeeze the juice and add it and the rind to the cranberries in a large jar.
     
  3. Add the sugar, cinnamon stick, and vodka to the jar and seal securely. Shake the jar well to combine all ingredients.
     
  4. Store in a cool place for a month, shaking every few days.
     
  5. After a month, strain through a funnel and filter paper into pretty bottles.

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I wonder how this would taste if I substituted Club Soda for the Vodka. We dont drink in our house, so I would need to omit the vodka. Has anyone tried a virgin version of this recipe yet? I would love to know how it turned out, as well as what was used.

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