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I am looking to make some cranberry infused vodka for some prezzies for xmas. Obviously I need to buy them and infuse the vodka for a few weeks. Last year I bought some from aldi a few days before xma… Read More
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9m, 4d agoPosted 9 months, 4 days ago
I am looking to make some cranberry infused vodka for some prezzies for xmas. Obviously I need to buy them and infuse the vodka for a few weeks. Last year I bought some from aldi a few days before xmas for cranberry sauce but does anybody know anywhere that has them or when they will have them?

Thanks in advance
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9m, 4d agoPosted 9 months, 4 days ago
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#1
a farmers market?
#2
I did this last year and used frozen ones. I let them defrost first and then used them. Toffee vodka is great and easy to make too. I got mine from Waitrose. Some people use dried cranberries and say it tastes just as good.
#3
Frozen from Tesco or Waitrose for now
#4
Col67
I did this last year and used frozen ones. I let them defrost first and then used them. Toffee vodka is great and easy to make too. I got mine from Waitrose. Some people use dried cranberries and say it tastes just as good.


Thanks for that, any clue where to buy frozen? Thanks
#5
Try Farmfoods. I buy summer fruits there.
#6
On offer in Waitrose 2 x 300g packs for £4.
#7
Yep only frozen one at the moment.
#8
If you live in the country sloes are ripe at this time of year sloe vodka
#9
centurion01
a farmers market?


Yeah, and they'll charge you £10 for 100g. Farmer's markets are overpriced and over rated. People just shop there to tell other people that they've got stuff from the farmer's market. Quality is normally average at best. I'm not paying £3.50 for a loaf of poxy bread.

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