Strawberry-Rhubarb Infused Vodka

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If you haven’t noticed it yet, you will soon. Right now is the height of its season and it’s all the rage at the farmer’s market. What am I referring to? The world’s most tart food: rhubarb. For the longest time, I avoided anything with rhubarb. I mean, who wants to eat something that completely sucks the moisture out of your face? Not me. That is until my husband introduced me to strawberry-rhubarb vodka. Then, it became clear, the tartness of rhubarb is nothing a little sweetness and alcohol can’t fix. So, since rhubarb is in season now and strawberries will be in season in a few weeks, here is a simple recipe to add to your repertoire of light, refreshing, summer beverages:


  • 1.75-liter of vodka
  • 5 sticks of ripe rhubarb
  • 2 cups strawberries
  • 1/2 cup sugar


  • Large container with lid
  • Cheese cloth
  • Airtight bottle


  • Cut the rhubarb into 1/2 inch chunks, quarter the strawberries, and place into container
  • Add sugar
  • Fill your container with your vodka of choice (since you are infusing it, a bottom shelf brand is perfectly acceptable)
  • Secure the lid and shake vigorously
  • Store in a cool, dry place, and shake once a day
  • Infuse for about a month
  • Strain the contents of your container through the cheese cloth, and into your airtight bottle
  • Store in the refrigerator

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Serve your gourmet vodka with lemonade, tonic, or sparkling water. It’s the most refreshingly perfect vodka for you to enjoy all summer long.



*Oh, and as an added bonus, I highly recommend planting some mint in your garden potters right now…more on that later.


3 thoughts on “Strawberry-Rhubarb Infused Vodka

  1. Pingback: Strawberry-Rhubarb and Mint VODKA SPRITZER | gray duck

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