Blood Orange Infused Tequila

In order to preserve the life of blood oranges that are quickly going out of season we’re going to show you how to make blood orange infused tequila. Similar to the pineapple habanero infused tequila and the Meyer lemon infused tequila, you only need the fruit, tequila and a few days time.

blood orange infused tequila

I suppose it’s a good thing blood oranges aren’t available all year long.

infused tequila

If they were I would never stop using them in cocktail recipes such as the Blood Orange Martini, Blood Orange Ginger Martini and the Blood Orange Vodka Cocktail.

infused tequila

And then I never would have had the idea for this creation at 7am on a Monday morning while laying in bed wishing I could go back to sleep.

infused tequila with blood oranges

And then I wouldn’t have been able to take these photographs which turned out so pretty (in my humble opinion).

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Blood Orange Infused Tequila
 
How to make blood orange infused tequila.
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Recipe type: Infused Tequila
Ingredients
  • Blood oranges (1 to 2 per mason jar depending on size of oranges)
  • Silver (blanco) tequila
  • Mason jar
Directions
  1. Slice blood oranges and put into a mason jar.
  2. Fill jar with tequila and tighten the lid.
  3. Place in fridge and shake once a day.
  4. After 2 - 3 days remove the blood orange slices for the mason jar.

We highly suggest you start this now. You’ll need it for this delicious (and beautiful) blood orange margarita recipe. It’s definitely a keeper.

blood orange tequila

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Jessica Torres is the chief cocktail creator here at One Martini. Outside of the internet, she tends bar at DEATH & TAXES and midtown eats in Reno, Nevada. When not working, Jessica can be found improving her food and drink photography, spending time with her family or attempting to nap. Subscribe to our newsletter to get all of the latest cocktail creations delivered directly to your inbox.

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4 comments… add one
  • Jad @ New South Food Co. March 29, 2013, 1:08 pm

    Gorgeous photos. Going to have to try some of these infused spirits!

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    • Carri Brown March 30, 2013, 8:22 am

      Thanks! We’re big fans of experimenting with infused spirits.

      Reply
  • Jenny March 18, 2014, 8:39 pm

    how long Can the fruit stay in for presentation/gift-giving purposes?

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    • Jessica Torres March 18, 2014, 8:41 pm

      You don’t want to leave it in for more than 2 or 3 days. Citrus usually infuses pretty quick.

      Reply

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