Homemade Raspberry Infused Gin
  1. Add gin and berries to a large lidded jar.
  2. Close tightly and place in the refrigerator for 3 days. Shake occasionally to blend flavors.
  3. Taste mixture to test strength. Continue to check every day until desired flavor is reached.
  4. Strain fruit from infusion using cheesecloth and a fine mesh strainer.
  5. Store infused gin in a closed jar in the refrigerator until it’s gone.
Recipe Notes

Tip – Liquor infusions that contain perishable items such as fruits, herbs, or botanicals should be store closed in the refrigerator. Infusions with non-perishables such as spices, dried chiles, or coffee beans can be stored in a cool, dry place such a closed pantry or cabinet.

The full recipe for recipe for my Raspberry Gimlet can be found on the on the SoFabFood site.