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vodka infused gypsy fruit drink

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Vodka Infused Fruit

Easy vodka drinks with vodka infused fruit don’t get much simpler than this recipe! Better watch this fruit in alcohol “gypsy” drink will disappear quickly! And, always remember to drink responsibly!

Fruit in Alcohol

Fruit in alcohol is a popular way to create festive cocktails. And, whether it’s the holidays or just a weekend soiree, large or small, vodka infused fruit drinks will be a hit. What’s going to be super important is to monitor what your guests are sipping because this recipe for vodka infused fruit is so yummy that you’ll continue to sip sip sip. And, responsible consumption is imperative!

Vodka Infused Fruit Recipes

If you search cyberspace for vodka infused fruit recipes, you’re going to get tens of thousands on how to make fruit vodkas! However, there’s no need to search any further than this recipe because it’s simple, easy and guaranteed delicious! If you want to do just a singular fruit, you certainly can. But I love the different fruits that add to the bold flavors and that give the vodka drinks with fruit their signature hues.

Vodka Drinks with Fruit

Vodka drinks with fruit are a treat for the eyes as well as the palate.  Make it a day or more ahead of when you’re going to serve it, and the flavors will infuse and grow into something even more fragrant and intoxicating!  Since it’s just so dang colorful and eclectic in flavors, it reminded me of a free-spirited gypsy look. The colors and patterns of dress and decor that define and distinguish.

Remember, it’s important to serve food or nibbles when you’re serving alcohol. And, this recipe for spicy pork fajitas would be perfect with the sweetness of the vodka drink with fruit!

Since I created this as a hostess gift, I put it in a glass container that I got at WalMart. It works perfectly, but for serving you could use not only a pitcher. Vintage, antique, silver, certainly something clear so you can see the array of fruit colors. But, also one of the jug drink dispensers available at retailers like Pottery Barn and others.  Delightful and desperately sexxxy, this ‘vodka infused fruit drink’ is quick and easy and something that just will make your heart flutter with happiness!

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vodka infused gypsy fruit drink

Yield: About 2-3 quarts


  • 8 cups assorted fresh and/or frozen Dole fruits (I used Dole's frozen cherries, mangoes, strawberries, blueberries then added fresh pineapple, grapes (red & green), dried cranberries, one lemon sliced thinly)
  • 32 oz vodka
  • Ginger-ale, Club Soda, 7Up
  • 1 tsp finishing sea salt
  • Fresh Mint Sprigs for garnish


  • Put the fruit in a large glass container with a secure lid.  Add the vodka and 1/2 tsp salt.  Let the mixture marinade for a few hours or days.
  • Serve with equal parts Ginger-Ale, Club Soda, 7 Up and the infused fruit vodka.  Sprinkle with a few flakes of sea salt and a sprig of fresh mint over ice cubes.
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  1. Ally – I don’t know how in the world I missed this one! Oh, maybe it was the hectic holidays, the 100s of emails unopened in my box, the house in chaos, and me getting a cold. Yep, maybe it was all that!! But this looks so fantastic… I can’t wait to serve this at our first pool party this summer. Ok, maybe I won’t wait that long! xoxo

    • Oh, honeybunch, I know the zone you’re in…but don’t wait til summer, knock out that sniffle and forget all you have to do and make the magic gypsy potion!! lol!! xoxo

  2. My kinda drink is one with an abundance of good for you fruit/fruit juice that makes it almost healthy! I might have to make this on New Years Day while the hubs is watching football since I’m cutting waaaaay back in January. HA

  3. Miss Ally, I’m thinking the marinated fruit would make a divine dessert (or topping) after the libations are gone… what a colorfully yummy creation to drink, eat, or BOTH. Happy New Year!

    • Kimmmiee, my luv, you are so so right! Spray a big ol’ mound of whipped cream atop the fruit, some cocoa nibs, and BAM an elegant dessert!! Happy New Years, my dear friend…I’m so grateful for all your support! xo