How to Make Snaps




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Step 1: Intro

You could do this with any flavor you'd like, I went with wild berries.

It's a very simple process, you basically add the alcohol to the berries an mash it then let it sit until the berries has turned white.

Step 2: Collect the Berries

I decided to have a major taste of blueberry with undertones of raspberry and citrus. I happen to have a raspberry bush on my lawn and blueberries right outside in the woods.

Step 3: Add the Alcohol.

Now this is the hard part, you want a unique flavor but one that works. If hi just add vodka it will taste like bluberry vodka. I had 70% vodka 20%rum and 10% vermouth. It should give it a distinctive and fresh taste.

Step 4: Mash It All Together.

Now that you've added the alcohol, Mash it with a fork and let sit, let it sit until the berries are white.

Step 5: Bottle It and Finnish

Now you will need a funnel and a coffee filter. Strain the liquid into the bottles and cap 'em. Now it's finished, just serve.

This is an VERY simple instuctable. This only takes an hour apart from the snaps sitting.

You could do this with any flavor you want.

And I also made a drink with it(as shown in the pic).

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    4 years ago

    Im thinking of snaps, it's Swedish


    4 years ago

    are you perhaps thinking of SCHNAPPS? as in the Austrian slang? nice idea for adding some antioxidants to your vodka btw!!!


    4 years ago

    Yep, and it tastes great. It doesn't taste as good as brewd snaps of course.