Wednesday, March 21, 2007

This week: grape vodka

Our vodka infusion experiment for this week is grape vodka. Tomorrow, we will post the results of both the chocolate and coconut vodkae.

We used about 25 seedless white grapes for this infusion. We pierced each grape through twice with a toothpick, to release the flavor slowly.



In retrospect, it would probably end up looking a lot cooler if we had used red grapes, but this should come out pretty tasty. We'll check on it in a week and see if it needs more time.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did the grapes get stabbed based on advice you received? Or just because, you know, they had it coming?

...just wondering...

The Duct Tape Avenger said...

Those grapes had been very naughty.

Also, we saw another website where someone had done it that way. We were trying to decide whether to cut them in half or leave them whole, and that seemed a good compromise.

Mel said...

That's how you do it if you're making a berry liqueur, so I think it's a pretty safe bet.

Scott said...

I can't get over how it looks like you made a giant martini, in a mason jar, with a couple dozen olives..

The Duct Tape Avenger said...

The way a martini should be.