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12-ounce bag fresh cranberries
3 teaspoons sugar, divided
6 cups vodka
1 Wash the picked cranberries and remove the softer berries and stalks.
  2 Using a small knife, poke a small hole in each cranberry and place in a jar. I know it sounds tedious, but it actually punctures the top layer of the cranberries. Fill the container with 1/3 of the cranberries.
  3 Fill the container 2/3 of the way with cranberries, top with lemon zest and a teaspoon of sugar. Finally fill the container with cranberries and sprinkle with the remaining 1 teaspoon of sugar.
  4 Pour Spring Vodka into the fruit mixture until full. Close tightly and let sit for 2-3 days before tasting.
●Under the age of 18, please do not drink alcohol. No drinking and driving ●


  • 300g fresh pineapple (about half)

  • Spring Vodka 800 CC

  • 100g rock sugar wine urn  2100C.C


  1. Peel and slice the pineapple, dry it in the shade for an hour, put it in a wine urn

  2. Join 700C.C  Spring Vodka rest in the shade and shake once a day

  3. Open the package after 7 days, then pour in 100C.C Spring Vodka and store in a cool place for 10 days

  4. Shake once a week

  5. On the 20th day, filter out the fruit, add rock sugar, and let it sit for 3 days in a sealed container

  6. After 3 days, add ice cubes or add some lemon zest to chill


  •   Pineapple is a fruit with a lot of water, and this kind of fruit needs to be dried in the shade for a period of time before it can be brewed.

  •   The fruit needs to be filtered out with filter paper or a filter screen. Do not put it in the wine urn for too long to avoid the deterioration of the taste.

  • If you buy sour pineapples in the market, you can use them to make wine, so it won't be wasted

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