Raspberry Vodka

nancyofnc

Someone gave me a big bottle of this and the flavor is not anything I'd drink alone - maybe a spritzer on a very hot summer day = like in 2021. Any ideas to use this stuff in baking or cooking?


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whistle_b

I just googled recipes for raspberry vodka and got many!

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bbstx

I dislike infused liquor, as a rule. Maybe mix it with soda or tonic?

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plllog

It probably works as well as regular vodka for things like removing permanent marker from glass and similar surfaces. :)

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Islay Corbel

It won't go off so keep it for next summer.

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gardengal48 (PNW Z8/9)

I'd try it in a Cosmopolitan....and you don't need to wait for next summer, either :-)

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plllog

So I was just reading a book about Russian life last night. They were talking about a special homemade spirit which is essentially berry vodka that's given as gifts and brought out on special occasions.

I tried to google the name just now and there were a lot of recipes using berry vodka. google



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foodonastump

If I burped hard enough I could probably still get the aftertaste of Stoli Ras and cranberry, considering the gallons upon gallons I put down over the years.

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