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Cranberry Clove Infused Gin

28 Feb

It’s Fermented Friday, and if this doesn’t hit the spot, I don’t know what will! Though I do happen to be a Gin fan.

Trouble Brewing

CC Jar

When I drink in the afternoon, it is merely for journalistic integrity and my love for you, dear reader.

As I mentioned in my previous post, I treated myself to making two special double ingredient infusions for my recent birthday. Part Two was this Cranberry Clove Infused Gin experiment, inspired by a birthday drink with a dear friend last month from the winter 2014 mix and match Cocktail Element Menu at Salt in Boulder, Colorado. If you’re ever on the Pearl Street Mall, stop in for Happy Hour. You won’t be disappointed.

Cranberry Clove Infused Gin

Ingredients:

  • 750 ml of gin
  • One 15 oz can of whole berry cranberry sauce
  • 4 whole cloves

Preparation:

Deposit the contents of the can of cranberry into a one quart infusion jar. Use only WHOLE BERRY. Break it up a bit with a spoon. Fill the remainder of the jar with gin…

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