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How to Make Fruit Infused Vinegar; Mulled Blackberry Infused Vinegar

Updated: Oct 25, 2023



Fruit-infused vinegar is a creative way to utilize your berries. Today we are going to teach you how to make mulled blackberry-infused vinegar. This is super easy but does take considerable patience as it takes a minimum of 4 weeks to make. The finished product is amazing on meats or salads. The vinegar becomes like a flavored vinaigrette and the berries make a beautiful salad topping when paired with shredded cheese and almonds.

Prepare your ingredients to make blackberry infused vinegar.

Supplies

How to Make Mulled Blackberry Infused Vinegar

These directions and recipe make 1 pint-size jar plus a little extra.

Marie mashing the blackberries.

Mash Berries

The first step is to mash 2 cups of berries.

Emmaline measuring the vinegar.

add vinegar

Next, we will place them in a bowl and mix them with 2 cups of apple cider vinegar.

Stirring in the spices to make mulled blackberry infused vinegar.

add spices

Then, we will mix in 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon, 1 teaspoon of ground cloves, and 1 teaspoon of ground allspice.

Pour it into a quart jar and store in a dark, cool, dry place. Shake every other day for a month.

pour into jar

Next, pour the blackberry mixture into a quart jar.

A jar full of blackberry vinegar beginning to be infused.

shake jar

Place a lid on top and shake the jar to mix the contents.


Place the jar in a cool, dark location and shake the mixture together once every 2-3 days for 4 weeks. Next, strain out the berries saving them for current use. Finally, heat the fruit infused vinegar in a pan on the stove until it is 180 degrees Fahrenheit.


Using a jar funnel, fill your hot pint jar leaving a 1/4 to 1/2 inch headspace.

Place the lid on top of the jar and add the ring. Tighten the ring to fingertip tight and process in a boiling water bath for 10 minutes if at sea level. Remember to adjust the processing time for your elevation if higher than 1000 feet.

Altitude Chart - Water Bath Canning

Altitude Chart – Water Bath Canning

If you have any questions about canning with the boiling water canner or how to adjust the pressure for altitude, take a look at our canning basics videos.

Marie and Emmaline showing off their blackberry infused vinegar.

Blackberry vinegar


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