Tomato Vodka: Step One


Remember on Friday when I was telling you about my first night in New York City and my Filthy Martini at Hundred Acres. Well, it was so good, I had to attempt to recreate it. The actual drink only requires three ingredients. Pretty simple, right?

One of those ingredients is tomato vodka. So, like most fruit flavored vodkas, I assumed the process would be pretty simple. Add vodka to tomatoes, let sit for a few days, then strain. After a little googling, I confirmed that it is THAT simple.

So this morning I whipped up a batch of tomato vodka!

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Thankfully, garden tomatoes are plentiful around these parts this time of year. Getting my hands on a few was no problem. You’ll need about a pound of tomatoes per 750ml bottle of vodka.

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Give them a rough chop.

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Add the tomatoes to a holding vessel. Im using this glass jar which I picked up at Wal-Mart a few years ago.

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Pretty. I love garden tomatoes!

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Once your tomatoes are chopped and in the jar, add your vodka.

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I’m a huge fan of Vox, especially when it comes to martinis, so that’s what I’m using.

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Glug, glug, glug.

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And that’s it! Secure you’re lid and store in a cool, dark place for about seven days.

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Next week, I will strain the vodka through a mesh strainer or cheese cloth and return the tomato vodka back to it’s original bottle.

Let’s hope this works!

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Stop back next week for Step Two and the recipe for Filthy Martinis.


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  • Maureen Hayes at


    I love anyone who starts their morning out making tomato vodka, I knew you were my kind of guy. . . LOL!

  • twelve-O-eight at

    Yummy! I am looking forward to the final product 🙂

    xoxo, Tanya

  • Alexis at

    You had me at VODKA 🙂 Looks great

  • Amy at

    I googled “filthy martini” for a sneak peak of the recipe. I clicked on 7 links and got 7 different recipes!! Can’t wait to see yours 🙂

  • Joleen Brann at

    I cannot WAIT to hear how this turns out! I do jalepeno vodka every year from my garden. I also do watermelon Jolly Rancher vodka, and have separated out boxes of Lemonheads and friends candies to make a whole rainbow of vodka!

    What did you think of Magnolia? Did you try the banana pudding? Did you make it to Sardis?

    I have NOT read all of the blogs yet… been kind of busy! Hugs from Oregon!

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