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Infuse Your Booze
Why should food have all the fun? Let liquors take a turn with fresh, seasonal ingredients. You'll find the results are perfect for making summer cocktails in a snap.
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Make this booze more spirited with the cool, refreshing flavors of lemon and cucumber.
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Mix up this drink, similar to a spiked and sparkling lemonade, and you've found your new summer sipper. Simply add lemon juice, simple syrup, club soda, and a couple dashes of bitters to this infused gin.
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Refreshing melon and mint add a big punch of flavor to an otherwise neutral liquor.
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Invigorate your vodka with ginger beer and lime juice. Their zing is a perfect complement to the sweet, fruity infused liquor.
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Sour cherries and orange peel accentuate Bourbon's spicy sweetness -- and turn it a brilliant red color.
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Amp up the sweet citrusy flavors in your infused bourbon by mixing it with fresh orange slices, Maraschino cherries, and a splash of ginger ale. Adding orange slices to a cocktail shaker along with ice may seem unusual, but jostling these ingredients together will squeeze out just enough juice and a create a beautiful presentation when poured into a glass.
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Thought tequila was fun before? Try infusing it with jalapeno and lime zest to get a hint of citrus and subtle -- but potent -- heat.
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Add some excitement to a traditional margarita with spicy tequila and a splash of orange juice.