Where’d you get the bottle?

The bottle on the left is a re-purposed Whistlepig Rye bottle. Part of the Consumatorium’s reduce-reuse-recycle campaign 🙂

GREAT RECIPE! just did it for a ladies beach trip. seems better to sip on beach than beer.

Hey Jen, Glad it worked out! Yes, I totally agree that it’s better than beer on the beach. More potent too 🙂

If it’s liquor, why does it have to be kept refrigerated? Does it not have a good shelf life?

Any options for the vanilla besides vanilla beans? i can’t seem to find them anywhere for anything less than $12 a bean!

Hey Heather,

Yeah, vanilla beans are a bit pricey. I can find them cheaper around here and I see them on Amazon for $12 for 10 beans (

You can probably try vanilla extract. I have never used it but it should work. Vanilla extract is mostly alcohol anyway 🙂

I’d go light to start. You can even add it at the end of the infusion process. Basically, add the vanilla to taste. And be sure to tell us how it turns out.

During the 11 days (or so) does the concoction need to be refrigerated then? Or just after it’s been filtered and ready to drink?

Good question, Mara. I do NOT refrigerate while infusing, just after everything is done. I don’t think it would infuse well if refrigerated.


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