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Saturday, 30 November 2013

Malteser Vodka

After I made my toffee and cherry vodka's I had a little vodka left in the bottle and carried out a little experiment. I added 2 treatsize bags of Maltesers to it, shook it up a little, warmed it up a little and savoured the result, which was amazing. I had created something that was not unlike Baileys, which was thick and creamy.

The following week I popped another bottle of vodka in with the weekly shop along with a couple of boxes of Maltesers and made a larger batch.

It's going to be perfect for Christmas, over ice or ice cream or in coffee.


Malteser Vodka


Malteser Vodka

Half a bottle of vodka (approx 350ml)
2 x 120g boxes of Maltesers (for those that don't know what Maltesers are
maltesers.com)

  • Put the Maltesers into an empty bottle that has been sterilised
  • Pour in the vodka
  • Place the lid on and shake vigorously 
  • Shake regularly over a couple of days until the Maltesers have dissolved - this procedure can be sped up by placing the bottle in a bowl of warm water

27 comments:

  1. Loving the sound of Malteser vodka! Shared On Twitter and Facebook :-)

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  2. Nom that sounds amazing and excuses any bumpy adventures in the past three weeks - I see it was all in the name of research ;)

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  3. Malteser vodka sounds amazing!! Pleased to see you found the little reindeer!

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  4. I have maltesers on my shopping list! Can't wait to try this xx

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  5. What is a malteser?

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    1. they are chocolates http://maltesers.com/

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    2. does anonymous not have google?

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    3. Here in Texas they're know as Whoppers Malted milk balls.

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    4. Made this lots of times.....you can use mars bars if you want x

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  6. that was my question. are they the malted milk balls????

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  7. Maltesers are the English (and better version) of malted milk balls.

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  8. Wow! That looks fantastic... may have to attempt.

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  9. Do the maltesers go in whole or crushed?

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    1. doesn't matter as they are going to dissolve anyway

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  10. Sorry for a silly question, but what size bottle of vodka?

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    1. standard size - 70cl...so approx 35cl needed

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  11. How long will this keep for?

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    1. sorry, I don't know that I'm afraid as I only made it a couple of weeks ago & can't see it lasting past Christmas

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  12. How are people storing this vodka? Thinking of making sone as xmas gifts but unsure how to store to ensure it doesnt go off.

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  13. Why won't it let you print theses pages. It a pain running back and forth from the kitchen to the computer all the time.
    Loving the stuff on here. Keep up the great work x

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    1. copy & paste into word & then print? thanks, glad you're enjoying it x

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  14. Why can't you just add the maltesers straight into the bottle?

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    1. you can if you have room in your bottle.....

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  15. I have just made this, one bottle for hubby and one for a secret Santa gift with homemade labels too! They look & taste great thanks for the idea! :-) xx

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    1. that's great, thank you for letting me know :-)

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