By Mary Cadogan
This bittersweet fruity vodka is best served well chilled in shot glasses. It can also be made with other berries like blackcurrants or strawberries.
Ready to drink in 2 weeks
Nutrition per serving
- 250g fresh or frozen cranberries or other berries (see tip, below)
- 1l bottle vodka
- 175g caster sugar
TipTry another flavour
This recipe is easily adapted. Just use the same quantity (250g) of fresh berries - raspberries, strawberries, blackcurrants or blueberries work just as well as cranberries.Which vodka?
You can happily use unbranded vodka for this as the cranberries provide the main bittersweet flavour.
Prick each cranberry a couple of times with a fork and layer up in a large sterilised Kilner jar with the sugar. Pour over the vodka and leave for 2 weeks, shaking the jar each day.
Strain and decant into decorative bottles. Seal and label.