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Vodka Blueberry Liqueur

Vodka Blueberry Liqueur

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Sue Rogers

This spirit takes some waiting time, but if you make it during blueberry season, you can enjoy the taste of fresh berries in the dead of winter!

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  1. In a 2-quart jar dissolve sugar in vodka. Pour in blueberries and cover the jar.
  2. Store in cool, dark place for 2 months (refrigerator is okay). Occasionally shake gently. Strain and serve in cordial glasses, or if you prefer, over ice.
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KATHYKODY
32
12/7/2003

Not only is this recipe simple and delicious, but also makes a wonderful gift item!

jollywolly
22
9/8/2009

I don't know why people think this too strong. Hello! It's VODKA, not fruit punch. I made a huge quantity (1 1/2 gallons) for a buffet cookout. I provided fresh lemonade for those that wanted to "cut" the blueberry flavor and alcohol content. Of about 90 attendees there was not one person who didn't think the straight or mixed liquor was anything less than fabulous. I used less sugar but that was only because I didn't have enough. FYI, the longer it sits, the sweeter it gets.

ALETA14
21
12/7/2003

Makes a great holiday gift and interesting martinis. Thanks!