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16 Recipes for Making Your Own Infused Alcohols and Liqueurs

A smooth, not-too-sweet mixture of cold-brewed coffee, brown-sugar simple syrup, rum, and vanilla.

Add this rum-based liqueur flavored with pumpkin purée, brown sugar, and spices to coffee, cocktails, and desserts.

This potent syrup marries well with rum.

A homemade version of the almond liqueur that isn’t cloyingly sweet like most commercial brands.

Smooth-skinned, sweet lemons transform in this aromatic liqueur.

This easy DIY recipe makes a great holiday gift and is spiced with vanilla, cinnamon, star anise, cloves, allspice, and orange peel.

Scandinavia’s well-known and -loved herb-infused spirit.

Floral, sweet, and quite stiff.

Just black tea and vodka, but the flavor is so much more than that.

A potent concoction.

Provides a nice kick of heat.

If black licorice went boozy, you’d have this digestive.

Spice up your vodka.

A homemade version of limoncello that only takes three ingredients and about a week of infusing time.

An amazing feat of infusion.

If you love pesto, you’ll adore this after-dinner liqueur.



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