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Hibiscus Infused Vodka

This Hibiscus Infused Vodka only takes 2 ingredients to make something you won’t find anywhere else! A little time is all it takes for a summery beverage!

This Hibiscus Infused Vodka only takes two ingredients to make something you won't find anywhere else!

Hibiscus Infused Vodka

During the summer I’m always look for ways to incorporate tropical flavors into the drinks I have especially on hot days. This hibiscus infused vodka is the easiest way to do that with endless possibilities!

It’s got a lovely floral and fruity flavor that’ll make you think you’re drinking in a hammock on the beach under some palm trees because that’s #goals, right?

The tea bags I use are found at just about any grocery store. I use Tazo’s Passion Tea which is technically hibiscus, rose hibs, and passion fruit, but that only adds to the floral and fruitiness of the vodka which I really enjoy.

This Hibiscus Infused Vodka only takes two ingredients to make something you won't find anywhere else! How do you make infused vodka?

It’s easy! All you’ll need to do is grab a mason jar or container with some sort of lid, and add the tea bags and vodka and let soak at room temperature.

You’ll discard the tea bags once it’s done then you can refrigerate the infused vodka for up to a month, if it lasts that long.

So to recap:

  1. Place the tea bags in a resealable jar.
  2. Top with vodka.
  3. Let sit at room temperature for 2-24 hours.
  4. Remove tea bags.
  5. Chill and enjoy!

How long does it take to make Hibiscus tea infused vodka?

It only takes 24 hours to make! You can even use it quicker than that, but I’ve found that a set it and forget it method makes for a really great flavor.

You’ll see that for this English Breakfast Tea Vodka, it only takes 2 hours so you could definitely try a shorter amount of time if you have plans you need to make it for.

Tea leaves will pack more of a punch since they’re dehydrated leaving more flavor. This is why it takes a lot less time to infused using tea leaves rather than regular fruit or leaves.

This Hibiscus Infused Vodka only takes two ingredients to make something you won't find anywhere else!

What type of hibiscus infused vodka cocktails can I make with this vodka?

  • Try a basic cocktail with some of this vodka, lime juice, and club soda.
  • Use some of this vodka in a margarita with fresh fruit for a floral take on the original.
  • Try out a Hibiscus Citrus Mimosa with some vodka, orange juice, and sparkling wine to top.

Hibiscus Citrus Mimosa

Looking for other summery cocktails? Check out one of these great cocktails:

  • Summer Sangria – Mix some moscato, rum and tropical fruits for an easy drink to make in a pitcher.
  • Cantaloupe Basil Coolers – Basil infused vodka and cantaloupe juice come together to make summer in a glass.
  • Watermelon Mint Julep – This is a summery take on the classic with watermelon juice.
  • Cucumber Moscow Mules – Try a Moscow Mules with cucumber vodka for the most refreshing drink you’ll have all summer!

Be sure to enjoy and tag me with #theculinarycompass on Instagram if you make this!

Hibiscus Infused Vodka

Hibiscus Infused Vodka

Yield: 2 cups
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Rest Time: 1 days
Total Time: 1 days 5 minutes

This Hibiscus Infused Vodka only takes two ingredients to make something you won't find anywhere else!


  • 2 cups vodka
  • 4 bags hibiscus tea


  1. Place vodka and hibiscus tea bags in a mason jar. Let sit overnight.
  2. Remove tea bags and use immediately or save for later. Refrigerate leftovers.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 16 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 65Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 1mgCarbohydrates: 0gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 0g
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Saturday 28th of December 2019

Please I want to know what to add to the recipe to make it last for a year?


Wednesday 8th of January 2020

This can be saved for 3-6 months in the refrigerator or freezer!