Clean Water Happy Hour Recipe: Candy Cane Vodka Infusion


Candy Cane Vodka InfusionIf it’s Friday and it’s late, it’s time for our clean water happy hour.  Because no cocktail can survive unless it’s built from a base of clean water.

Today’s clean water happy hour is holiday themed, with a recipe courtesy of Drinking In America.  The delicious Candy Cane Vodka Infusion pictured to the left takes a minimum of three days to prepare, so our advice is to duck out just a tick early today and get started on these now!

Ingredients / Necessities:

–          8 – 10 mini candy canes
–          Vodka
–          Mason Jar with lid
–          Clean ice

1. Crush up 8 – 10 mini candy canes and place into the bottom of your mason jar
2. Top off with vodka and seal tightly
3. Let sit for a minimum of three days

Once complete, you’ll have the perfect holiday themed drink for mixing, sipping straight, or pouring over ice!

Remember that if you mix up as part of another cocktail or pour over ice, ensure your refrigerator ice and water filter is up to date to ensure you enjoy this vodka infusion at peak quality!

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Valerie Mohler

Valerie Mohler

Valerie Mohler provides support for customers of DiscountFilterStore.com. As a proud working mother of two children, Valerie offers tips, insight and advice that helps her readers provide the cleanest tasting drinking water, freshest indoor air and healthiest environments for themselves and their families. Valerie has been recognized by the Water Quality Association as a Certified Water Specialist since 2013.

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