Infused Vodka Drink Favors with Holiday Flavors

I am so excited about this next DIY that it makes me wish I had a December wedding myself! These DIY holiday drinks will make the perfect wedding favors! Or, if you aren’t having a December wedding, just make and give them out to all your friends. They will be a huge hit, I assure you. Today, I will be showing you how to make two types of infused vodkas: Candy Cane and Reese’s flavored.

DIY Holiday Drinks

 

Candy Cane Infused Vodka

Candy Cane Vodka

Materials

■        1 handle vodka

■        12- 8 oz mason jars

■        1 package candy canes

■        1/2 yard holiday fabric(s), cut into 4 x 4-inch squares

■        scissors

Cost: Approximately $50 per dozen

■        Mason Jars: $13.48 via Amazon

■        Vodka: $30 for a handle

■        Candy Canes: $2.99

■        Holiday Fabric: $2.00

Please note: cost is dependent on the amount of jars you are making.

Directions

1. Break 1 candy cane into small pieces and place in mason jar, then fill jar with vodka, and cover with flat part of the lid.

2. Cover the flat part of the lid with fabric and twist top onto jar.

*Repeat as needed for additional jars.

3. Let sit for 2 days.

4. Tie with ribbon or bakers twine and add gift tag (optional)

Candy Cane Vodka

 

 

Reese’s Flavored Vodka

Reese's Vodka

Materials

■        1 handle vodka

■        1 package Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups

■        12- 8 oz.Mason Jars

■        1/2 yard holiday fabric(s), cut into 4 x 4 inch squares

■        1 sheet cheesecloth

Cost: Approximately $50 per dozen

■        Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups: $3.99

■        Cheesecloth: $2.00

Directions

1. Cut 2 regular sized or 4 mini Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups into small pieces and place into mason jar, then fill jar with vodka, cover with lid, and shake.

2. Let sit for 5 days in a cool, dry place, shaking each jar 1-2 times per day.

3. On the 5th day, strain vodka through cheesecloth, discarding any remaining Reese’s pieces and pour mixture back into jar, and cover with the flat part of the lid.

4. Cover flat part of the lid with a fabric square and twist top of lid onto jar.

5. Tie with ribbon or twine and add gift tag. (Optional)

Reese's Vodka

 

Drink and enjoy! Or give as gifts or party favors! Will you try it? Let us know! And be sure to stop by East Coast Bride this week for a special recipe to make with your newly infused Reese’s Vodka!

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  1. Thank you for sharing your infusion ideas! I’ve done so many skittles, bacon, hot pepper, lavender/lemon, fruit vodkas that I really appreciate more ideas! You rock, and the pictures are fantastic. Previously, I’ve been shooed away from brown ingredients by some other blogs, and your Reese’s ideae won my heart over! Thank you!

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