DIY Sous Vide Liqueurs

May 18, 2020

Mint-Coffee Liqueur

Minty, chocolatey, coffee-sweetness… Best used as a substitute ingredient in any classic coffee flavored cocktail.

Prep time: ~10 minutes
Cook time: 3 hours

  • 750 ml Vodka
  • 36 oz Brewed Black Coffee
  • 2 tspVanilla Extract
  • 3/4 cup Whole Coffee Beans
  • 1 cup Mint
  • 2 cups Sugar

Step 1: Set your LTC immersion cooker to 145° F
Step 2: Combine all ingredients into a plastic zip lock bag. Place your bag into the hot water and let cook for 3 hrs. 

Recommended: Shake the bag a couple of times while cooking to ensure the sugar dissolves.

Click HERE to get a cocktail recipe to go with your Coffee-Mint Liqueur.

Orange-Basil Liqueur

Riffing on the orange-peel flavor popularized by Curacao, this homemade infusion provides layers of fruit and spice to reinvent your cocktail party classics. From Old Fashions, to Mules, and Tiki drinks to Margaritas, just a shot of this will elevate your cocktail game to new heights.

Prep time: ~15 minutes
Cook time: 1.5 hours

  • 750 ml Vodka
  • 3 1/4 cups Water
  • 2 3/4 cups. Sugar
  • 10 oranges Orange Zest
  • 1 cup Shredded Basil

Step 1: Set your immersion cooker to 180° F
Step 2: Combine all ingredients into a plastic zip lock bag. Place your bag into the hot water and let cook for 1.5 hrs. 

Recommended: Shake the bag a couple of times while cooking to ensure the sugar dissolves.

Click HERE to get a cocktail recipe to go with your Orange-Basil Liqueur


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