Pineapple Infused Vodka

You may recall my wonderful meal at Restaurant Nola in New Orleans. One of the many highlights was their Cosmo – made with their own Pineapple infused vodka. Since that fateful night in September, I have been wanting to make my own infused vodka. I decided it would be a perfect gift for family and friends this year – I wasn’t able to find any cool bottles so had to stick with the classic, but it’s what inside that counts, right?

The recipe is simple, quick and I promise that whoever is on the receiving end of this gift will be in cocktail heaven!

Put pineapple chunks (or strawberry, grapefruit, jalapeño, etc) into a jar and fill with vodka of choice. Refrigerate for at least 5 days and then drink on the rocks, in a cocktail or neat.

Happy New Year!

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10 Comments

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10 responses to “Pineapple Infused Vodka

  1. Anna

    Emily! 8:26 AM and i’m already craving a cocktail?! 🙂

  2. can’t wait to cheers to the new year with you ladies!!

  3. I’m so doing this! I loved infused vodka’s and this sounds easy enough for me to try!

    Thanks.

  4. hope you have a lovely new years 🙂

  5. Oh that sounds good!

    Have a happy New Years!

    Healthy food and exercise in 2010!

    Katie

    http://katiechangesforkatie.blogspot.com/2009/12/giveaway-win-some-siggis-computer-is.html

  6. oc2seattle

    Love NOLA and this cocktail looks delish! Happy New year!

  7. Oh my does that sound delicious! I can think of lots of yummy martini ideas to use this in. 😉

  8. Rick

    How long will the pineapple infused vodka last once prepared?

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