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Test Kitchen Approved

Prohibition “Gin”

Prohibition “Gin”

Prohibition “Gin”

Recipe By Savory Spice—South End/Charlotte, NC

Yields

2 cups

Recipe By Savory Spice—South End/Charlotte, NC

This is a DIY infused vodka inspired by the flavors of gin.

Serving Suggestions

Sip over ice, use to make martinis, or mix with tonic or soda water.

Recipe Notes

*We suggest using a double or triple distilled vodka and prefer an inexpensive potato vodka if possible.

Ingredients

Savory Spice ingredients in this recipe

  • Juniper Berries

    Whole Juniper Berries are the main ingredient for flavoring most gin, as well as other liqueurs. Their flavor is intensely spicy with a hint of pin...

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  • Coriander Seeds

    Coriander Seeds can be used to season savory dishes, such as vegetables or masalas. However, these whole seeds can also be a great addition to swee...

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  • Green Cardamom Pods

    Green Cardamom Pods have a strong, flowery flavor and can be finely ground to use as a seasoning in coffee, rice, meat & marinades. These whole...

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  • Grains of Paradise

    Grains of Paradise is a spicy, full-flavored pepper seasoning, and is otherwise known Alligator pepper (in addition to other names). Grains of para...

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  • Lavender

    Lavender spice has many uses in the kitchen. Add culinary dried lavender to your favorite salad vinaigrettes or meat marinades. Use dried edible la...

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  • Jamaican Allspice Berries

    Jamaican Allspice Berries are a common ingredient in Caribbean cuisine, especially jerk seasoning. These all spice berries have a flavor that's sim...

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  • California Bay Leaves

    California Bay Leaves are used as a seasoning in slow-cooking recipes such as soups and stews, or for pickling vegetables. This Californian variety...

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Directions

Combine vodka and juniper berries in a mason jar. Cover and let stand for 24 hours; shake the jar at least 2 to 3 times during the 24 hours. Add remaining spices. Cover, shake and let sit for 24 hours; shake at least 2 to 3 times during the next 24 hours. Strain the solids through a straining funnel (or a place a cheesecloth in a funnel) into a 2-cup container. Wipe out any solids from the mason jar and pour the infused gin back into the clean mason jar or other desired bottle. Seal and store at room temperature.