Colorado Kitchen: Infused Water

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Tom learns how to make infused water.


Fruit, herbs and spices



Infuse water in a decorative dispenser with sliced fruit and flavorful items such as rosemary, cucumber, lemons and ginger. Allow to steep for at least 30 minutes before serving.

Deerhammer white whiskey

I found this great small batch distillery on a colorado road trip. I love the unique almost chocolatey flavor of this product

White whiskey kitchen sink cocktail

I like to make a cocktail with whatever we have lying around the kitchen. All items can be adjusted to taste!

1 1/2 oz Deerhammer whiskey

Garnish such as mint, ginger, cucumber (a few slices or sprigs of each)

1 oz Simple syrup (recipe follows)


Soda water


Place all items except soda water in cocktail shaker Shake well Top off with soda water Pour into glass Enjoy.

Simple syrup

1 cup sugar, granulated

1 cup water

Heat both in a sauce pan until sugar is dissolved.

Cool before mixing into cocktail.

Store chilled in refrigerator for up to one week.

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