Wash your ingredients and cut into small pieces so that you can fit in the jar. Place the ingredients in the sterilized jar, filling approximately 1/3 of the jar.
Fill the remainder of the jar with vodka so that the ingredients are completely submerged. Screw the lid on tight and shake several times.
Refrigerate until the vodka reaches the desired level of infusion, at least 3 days and up to 1 week. Of course you will need to do some taste testing!
After 1 week, remove the infused vodka from the refrigerator and strain out the ingredients and discard. This is easy to do - just place a coffee filter in a large strainer or funnel and slowly pour the infused vodka through it. If storing in the original jar, be sure and clean it again before pouring the strained infused vodka back in the jar.
Store the infused bottle in the refrigerator. Will keep in the refrigerator up to 2 months.
You are now ready to make your cocktails.
*Vodka is an obvious choice, but you could use white rum, tequila, brandy, or grappa. Purchase a middle-of-the-road, neutrally-flavored liquor for the best infused spirits. The is not the exact amount of vodka used as the ingredients takes up some of the volume. Save the remaining vodka or another use, or drink it if you are so inclined. It will also depend on the size of jar your are using.
Infused Flavored Vodka Recipes: https://whatscookingamerica.net/Beverage/Infused-Vodka-Recipes.htm