FireBird Raspberry Vodka
We left the method for this recipe pretty much as Ari Nieminen wrote it. Clearly, he is a man who loves his vodka. In addition to this wonderful raspberry-infused version, he served two other vodkas at his Beard House meal. This raspberry vodka makes a refreshing apéritif, as well as a lovely way to end a meal. You may prefer to enjoy a shot sans dinner, but don’t call us for a hangover remedy. Na zdorovye!
- 2 pints very ripe raspberries, lightly crushed
- 1 liter premium vodka
Combine the raspberries and the vodka in a large glass jar, remembering to save the empty vodka bottle. Cover the jar tightly and let the alcohol steep overnight at room temperature. The next day, taste a small amount of the vodka to test the intensity of the raspberry flavor. Continue to taste for up to 3 days, each time testing for sufficient raspberry flavor. If there is any liquid left by the time the vodka is fully infused, strain into the original vodka bottle, chill, and serve.
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