Bubblegum Vodka

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After we made Skittles vodka when we first moved out to the woods, I decided to toss as many different kinds of candy in vodka as possible. Not all at once, mind you, but over time. Skittles vodka was a serious hit, likely because it was hella sugary. Gummie bear vodka was also a hit, also likely because it was hella sugary. I figured since I had made it work twice already that bubblegum vodka would be a homerun – it was defo hella sugary.

However.

It seems the common theme between Skittles and gummie bears wasn’t their sugar content. It’s that my girlfriends and I really like Skittles and gummy bears. I’m the only one out of the five of us that likes bubblegum. Whoops, sorry ladies. Bubblegum vodka shots did not go over well. So after we each had a shot and no one liked it we went back to wine, strained out the bubblegum chunks and left it in the mason jar in the back of the pantry. For like, 2 months. Then one night when a few other girlfriends were visiting, one of them wandered into the back of the pantry and found the very bright pink mason jar – and she polished it off. Which means that someone finally liked it!

Bubblegum Vodka

Bubblegum Vodka

All you need is a mickey of vodka and about 20-30 pieces of bubblegum. Use Bazooka gum to feel 8 years old again.

Bubblegum Vodka
Bubblegum Vodka
Chop all your bubblegum into smallish pieces.
Bubblegum Vodka
Bubblegum Vodka
Plunk the gum in a jar full of vodka and wait a few days! Then get loaded with your girlfriends!
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