Vodka Blueberry Liqueur Recipe -
Vodka Blueberry Liqueur Recipe
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Vodka Blueberry Liqueur

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"This spirit takes some waiting time, but if you make it during blueberry season, you can enjoy the taste of fresh berries in the dead of winter!"

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Original recipe makes 2 quarts Change Servings
  • PREP

    10 mins

    10 mins


  1. In a 2-quart jar dissolve sugar in vodka. Pour in blueberries and cover the jar.
  2. Store in cool, dark place for 2 months (refrigerator is okay). Occasionally shake gently. Strain and serve in cordial glasses, or if you prefer, over ice.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Dec 07, 2003

Not only is this recipe simple and delicious, but also makes a wonderful gift item!

Most Helpful Critical Review
Dec 07, 2003

Pretty Strong! No one liked it.


31 Ratings

Sep 08, 2009

I don't know why people think this too strong. Hello! It's VODKA, not fruit punch. I made a huge quantity (1 1/2 gallons) for a buffet cookout. I provided fresh lemonade for those that wanted to "cut" the blueberry flavor and alcohol content. Of about 90 attendees there was not one person who didn't think the straight or mixed liquor was anything less than fabulous. I used less sugar but that was only because I didn't have enough. FYI, the longer it sits, the sweeter it gets.

Dec 07, 2003

Makes a great holiday gift and interesting martinis. Thanks!

Sep 30, 2007

Wow! If I could give this 10 stars I would! This was sweet and wonderful. I'm a light weight and didn't feel that this was too strong. Guests raved over it. I'm running out today to buy more blueberries so that I can make a triple batch for our upcoming Halloween party. Try this one - you won't be disappointed! Thanks for the recipe!!!

Oct 21, 2005

What a nice smooth liquer! I used Absolute vodka, and let it stay in the fridge for about 8 weeks. I found the light red color to be pretty. The finished product is a tad sweet. This will be appreciated on cold New England evenings. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

Aug 06, 2012

Try with less sugar and fewer huckleberries!

Oct 13, 2009

I chilled this and served it straight up. It was outstanding!!! Definately sweet, but I didn't think it was too sweet. I don't know why people think it's too strong though, it is vodka, what do you expect? I will definately make this again. The hardest part was waiting 2 months to try it.


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