Flavored spirits are increasing in popularity so it’s likely you’ve come across flavored vodka made by some of the biggest brands on the market – from the warming Autumn Butter Vodka made by 666 in the southernmost state in Australia, to the Peppermint Twist by Smirnoff, the top-selling vodka brand on the market.
But not all flavored spirits are created equal – many are made with artificial ingredients that mask the subtle flavors of the base spirit and are often too sweet or otherwise overwhelming to the taste buds.
Making your own infused spirits is one of the easiest ways to get around this problem while simultaneously creating an eye-catching product that your customers won’t be able to resist.
In this lesson, vodka expert Monique Farah shares her tips and favorite recipes for vodka infusions.
Learn hospitality skills for today’s world, including:
- How to make vodka infusions
- Tips for bringing out the best flavors in your infused vodka creations
- Recipe suggestions for everyday and seasonal infusions
Vodka is a great base spirit for infusions because it lends itself to a broad range of ingredients to create a delicious final product.
Servers and bartenders, it’s time to get creative, spice up your vodka and impress your customers!
Vodka expert Monique Farah is a prolific writer who also works as a consultant for vodka companies and restaurants.