Goji Berry Infused Vodka + Martini recipe
Goji berry vodka is packed with anti-oxidants and great flavor. The cocktail bears a distant similarity to something in the Mai Tai family with classic Martini overtones. · 1 ounce goji berry infused vodka · 1 ounce lemon vodka · ½ ounce Citronage · Splash Acai juice · Brain Tonic
Servings 4 2-ounce servings (1 cup total)
Calories 138 kcal
Goji Berry Infused Vodka 1 cup quality vodka ½ cup dried goji berries Goji Berry Vodka Martini 1 ounce Goji Berry infused vodka 1 ounce lemon vodka homemade or purchased 1/2 ounce Citronage or other orange liqueur Splash Acai juice Brain Tonic (or regular tonic) to fill
Goji Berry Infused Vodka
Combine vodka and goji berries in a sealable glass jar and store in a dark, cool place for one week.
Taste and decide if a stronger flavor is desired. If not, remove the goji berries (I would not discard them myself; I’d eat them at a minimum). If so continue to taste until you like the flavor. Goji Berry Martini
In a shaker with 1 cup crushed ice, combine both vodkas and the Citronage.
Shake and strain into a martini glass. Add the splash of Acai juice. Fill to desired level with Brain Tonic. Calories: 138 kcal | Carbohydrates: 0 g | Protein: 0 g | Fat: 0 g | Saturated Fat: 0 g | Cholesterol: 0 mg | Sodium: 0 mg | Sugar: 0 g