Fire Vodka Recipe - Traditional Polish Spicy Drink

Fire Vodka

Fire Vodka Recipe - Traditional Polish Spicy Drink
Region / culture: Poland | Preparation time: 10 minutes | Cooking time: 5 minutes | Servings: 6


Fire Vodka
Fire Vodka

Fire Vodka is a spicy and sweet infused vodka that is perfect for those who enjoy a little kick in their drink. This recipe combines the heat of pink peppercorns with the smoothness of vodka to create a unique and flavorful spirit.


Fire Vodka has its origins in Poland, where vodka is a popular and traditional spirit. The addition of pink peppercorns to vodka is a modern twist on a classic recipe, adding a spicy and aromatic flavor to the drink.


How to prepare

  1. Mix 0.5 cup of vodka, peppercorns, and sugar in a small pan. Bring it to a boil.
  2. Stir the mixture until the sugar dissolves.
  3. Transfer the mixture to a clean bottle and add the remaining vodka. Seal the bottle.
  4. Shake the bottle to blend the ingredients.
  5. Let the mixture stand for 4 days to mellow.
  6. Strain the mixture and return the vodka to the bottle.
  7. Freeze the bottle overnight.
  8. Serve the vodka in chilled glasses.


  • Try using different types of peppercorns for a different flavor profile.
  • Add a splash of citrus juice for a refreshing twist.

Cooking Tips & Tricks

Be sure to use a high-quality vodka for the best flavor.

- Make sure to let the mixture mellow for at least 4 days to allow the flavors to fully develop.

- Serve the vodka in chilled glasses to enhance the experience.

Serving Suggestions

Serve Fire Vodka as a shot or in a cocktail for a spicy and unique drink experience.

Cooking Techniques

Infusing vodka with peppercorns is a simple and easy technique that adds a lot of flavor to the spirit.

Ingredient Substitutions

You can use regular black peppercorns if pink peppercorns are not available.

Make Ahead Tips

Fire Vodka can be made ahead of time and stored in the freezer until ready to serve.

Presentation Ideas

Serve Fire Vodka in chilled shot glasses garnished with a twist of lemon or lime.

Pairing Recommendations

Fire Vodka pairs well with spicy foods, grilled meats, and seafood dishes.

Storage and Reheating Instructions

Store Fire Vodka in the freezer for up to 6 months. Serve chilled.

Nutrition Information

Calories per serving

70 per serving


2g per serving


0g per serving


0g per serving

Vitamins and minerals

This recipe does not contain significant amounts of vitamins or minerals.


This recipe does not contain any common allergens.


This Fire Vodka recipe is low in calories and free of fats and proteins, making it a light and flavorful drink option.


Fire Vodka is a spicy and flavorful infused vodka that is perfect for those who enjoy a little heat in their drink. This recipe is easy to make and can be customized to suit your taste preferences. Serve it as a shot or in a cocktail for a unique and delicious drink experience.

How did I get this recipe?

I remember the excitement that washed over me when I first saw this recipe for Fire Vodka. It was a cold winter day, and I was rummaging through my old recipe box, looking for something warm and comforting to make. That's when I stumbled upon a crumpled piece of paper tucked away in the back, with the words "Fire Vodka" scrawled across the top in faded ink.

I had never heard of Fire Vodka before, but the name alone intrigued me. I could just imagine the warmth and spice of the vodka spreading through my body, chasing away the chill of the winter night. I knew I had to try it.

The recipe was simple enough, calling for just a few ingredients that I already had on hand. Vodka, of course, along with cinnamon sticks, cloves, and a touch of honey for sweetness. It seemed like the perfect combination of flavors to create a drink that would warm both body and soul.

I set to work in the kitchen, carefully measuring out the ingredients and following the instructions to the letter. I poured the vodka into a large jar, then added the cinnamon sticks and cloves, watching as they swirled and mingled together in the clear liquid. The smell alone was intoxicating, the sharp scent of the vodka mingling with the warm spice of the cinnamon and cloves.

I let the mixture sit for a few days, allowing the flavors to meld and deepen. Every time I passed by the jar, I couldn't resist taking a whiff of the heady aroma that wafted from within. It was like a promise of something wonderful to come.

Finally, the day arrived when the Fire Vodka was ready to be tasted. I poured myself a small glass, savoring the rich amber color and the spicy scent that rose from the glass. I took a cautious sip, letting the liquid slide down my throat, warming me from the inside out.

The taste was like nothing I had ever experienced before. The vodka was smooth and velvety, with just a hint of sweetness from the honey. But it was the spices that truly set it apart – the cinnamon and cloves danced on my tongue, leaving a fiery trail of heat in their wake.

I knew then that I had stumbled upon something truly special. This Fire Vodka was more than just a drink – it was a work of art, a symphony of flavors that sang in perfect harmony. I couldn't wait to share it with my friends and family, to spread the warmth and joy that it brought me.

And so, that is how I learned to make Fire Vodka. It is a recipe that has become a cherished part of my culinary repertoire, a reminder of that cold winter day when I first discovered its magic. I may have learned many recipes over the years, but none have ever captured my heart quite like Fire Vodka. And for that, I am forever grateful.


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