Infuse Spirits Vodka Delivers Real Lemon Taste You Can See
When a group of people in the distance calls me over to have some alcohol, I can't think of any times I've turned that down. Strangers or not, I mean, it's free booze. Today it was friends, and I'm glad I wandered over.
They wanted me to try Infuse Lemon Vodka. Right away I noticed there were lemon peels in the bottle. I've had a few boozes from the shelf over the years that had some form of fruit in them, but it's not the most common thing, at least not in the area I call home. I've seen it more from friends who made their own booze, and added various things for the authentic flavor kick.
After my tasting event, I stopped and grabbed a bottle on my way home. It was $18.99 for a 750ml bottle, and I also noticed a grapefruit and cinnamon apple variety hanging out on the shelf too. So far I have only had it on the rocks, which it needs a minute to mellow as it's a little strong right out of the bottle. The taste, well, it's lemon. There is for sure a small edge of alcohol, but it doesn't taste cheap. It tastes to me more like a $30.00 bottle of vodka that someone quite properly added lemon to. The label says it's Eureka Lemons.
Infuse Lemon Vodka suggests making a martini with it, and I could see that being quite the refreshing summer drink. I would imagine adding it to some lemonade would be quite nice as well. It's a gluten free vodka running at 80 proof, that's worth a try for the price point.