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Holiday Gift-Giving Spiked with Tito’s

Nothing says “holiday spirit” quite like a bottle of Tito’s Handmade Vodka with a bow on it.

The gift-giving season is fast approaching and never-ending lists of things to buy, cook, and get-done have us ready to hide out with a bottle of the good stuff until the new year.

Have no fear. Tito’s is here! We’ve got everything you need to keep the season bright and save your holiday sanity. From a decadent Limoncello infusion that makes a long-lasting, last-minute present to festive Tito’s accessories that perfectly pair with any bottle, holiday shopping just became smooth sippin’.

Tito's Handmade Vodka bottle and two carafes on a counter-top with lemons


When life hands you lemons, make Tito’s Limoncello. That’s how the saying goes, right? Sweeten up the holiday season with this tart liqueur perfect for gift-giving, after-dinner sipping, or cocktail drinking after everyone else goes to bed.



  • Peel the lemons, avoiding the white pith.

  • Combine Tito’s Handmade Vodka, simple syrup, and lemon peels in a glass container.

  • Let sit for 1-2 weeks and strain when the infusion has reached the desired flavor.

  • Pro-Tip: Use cheesecloth to thoroughly strain the infusion.

Tito's Beverage Dispenser, Tito's Vodka bottle, and one carafe on a counter-top next to a cutting board with vanilla beans and coffee beans

Coffee Liqueur

Not much beats a freshly brewed cup of coffee, but add a whiff of aromatic vanilla, a bit of sweetness to make the perfect blend, and our Tito’s Coffee Liqueur is a step up from your average cup of joe. Just plan ahead and give the infusion a month or so before drinking.



  • Slice open the vanilla beans.

  • Add all ingredients to a glass container.

  • Let sit in a cool dark place for 2 weeks, stirring occasionally.

  • Strain infusion through a fine sifter until coffee grounds are removed.

  • Pro-Tip: The flavor gets even better after a month or so...if you can wait that long.

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