what a good taste if we eat the skittles with vodka?
1. Buy a handle of vodka (the better the vodka the smoother the taste) and a large bag of Skittles. 2. Separate the colors of Skittles that you want to flavor the vodka with. Many people choose to leave out the green (Lime) and purple (Grape), as they can make for a weird taste combination or a less than appealing color for the final product, but you can put them in if you want. 3. Remove the plastic pour guard in the bottle of vodka. 4. Pour some of the vodka into a glass, but be sure to leave room in the bottle for the Skittles. 5. Place the Skittles (20-25 per 350 mL) that you have picked out into the bottle, and let it sit for a day or two, shaking occasionally so the flavor mixes well 6. Strain out the Skittles using a filter or a clean t-shirt. 7. Refrigerate over night. 8. Enjoy in moderation. Sources: http://www.wikihow.
http://mixthatdrink.com/skittles-vodka-tutorial/ nfusing vodka with Skittles is a very popular trend right now. There are a couple of different ways to do it. My way involves separating all the Skittles into their separate flavors and making five different bottles of Skittles vodka. * One 1.75 liter bottle of vodka (I used Stoli – you don’t need the most expensive vodka, but do avoid the cheap ones) * Five 8.5 ounce flasks or bottles (I got mine from The Container Store for $4.49 each) * One 1 pound bag of Skittles * Five empty plastic water bottles * A funnel * Bowls for separating the Skittles into flavors * A measuring cup (not pictured) * Coffee filters or paper towels You’ll also want to cover your workspace with newspaper or freezer paper – this infusion can get messy. If you’re making a different sized batch, here’s the formula you need to know: I used 60 Skittles to 6 ounces of vodka, which yields abo