On-premise licensees may infuse liquor with spices, herbs, fruits, vegetables, candy, and other substances intended for human consumption, provided that the process does not cause additional fermentation. [KS Law, Chapter 41, Article 26, Section 41-2658.]

Permitted. Retail licensees may infuse spirituous alcohol by combining distilled spirits with flavorful additives or fruits in a container, and use the infused spirits in preparing cocktails to be served by the glass and consumed on the licensed premises. Any process the retail licensee wishes to use to alter the spirituous liquor in any way, including by fermentation, adding of sugars over time, aging in a barrel, or heating the spirits, would be considered manufacturing and not allowed. [WA Law, Title 66, Chapter 66.24, Section 66.24.400; TTB Opinion on Alcohol Infusions in TTB Newsletter dated May 18, 2012; On-Premises Liquor Licensees Enforcement Bulletin 19-04.]

Mixed beverage restaurant licensees may infuse, store, and sell flavored distilled spirits under the following guidelines: If infused in the original spirits container, the mixed beverage stamp must remain affixed to the bottle. If infused in a container other than the original container, the infused container, which shall not exceed twenty (20) liters in volume, must be labeled with the following information: Date of the infusion. Brand of distilled spirits. Amount of distilled spirits in the infused product. Accurate records must be kept describing the distilled spirits used in any spirits infusion process. The licensee must comply with all applicable state and federal food safety regulations. [VA Regulations, Title 3, Agency 5, Chapter 50, Section VAC 5-50-60(F).]

Mixed beverage restaurant licensees may infuse, store, and sell flavored distilled spirits under the following guidelines: If infused in the original spirits container, the mixed beverage stamp must remain affixed to the bottle. If infused in a container other than the original container, the infused container, which shall not exceed twenty (20) liters in volume, must be labeled with the following information: Date of the infusion. Brand of distilled spirits. Amount of distilled spirits in the infused product. Accurate records must be kept describing the distilled spirits used in any spirits infusion process. The licensee must comply with all applicable state and federal food safety regulations. [VA Regulations, Title 3, Agency 5, Chapter 50, Section VAC 5-50-60(F).]

Permitted. An on-premises retail licensee may make, store, and sell infusions for on-premises consumption. Infusions may not be removed or consumed off the licensed premises. Any retail on-premises licensee intending to produce, store, or sell infusions shall provide written notification to the Alabama ABC Board of that intent. As defined in Alabama law, infusion means an alcoholic beverage created by combining or mixing one distilled spirit with nonalcoholic food products and not intended for immediate consumption. Permissible ingredients include spices, herbs, fruits, vegetables, candy, and other substances intended for human consumption. However, no additional fermentation may occur and none of the additives may contain any additional alcohol. Infusions may not contain any added stimulant, drug, illegal substance, or energy drinks.[…]

Permitted. An on-premises retail licensee may make, store, and sell infusions for on-premises consumption. Infusions may not be removed or consumed off the licensed premises. Any retail on-premises licensee intending to produce, store, or sell infusions shall provide written notification to the Alabama ABC Board of that intent. As defined in Alabama law, infusion means an alcoholic beverage created by combining or mixing one distilled spirit with nonalcoholic food products and not intended for immediate consumption. Permissible ingredients include spices, herbs, fruits, vegetables, candy, and other substances intended for human consumption. However, no additional fermentation may occur and none of the additives may contain any additional alcohol. Infusions may not contain any added stimulant, drug, illegal substance, or energy drinks.[…]

Infusions are permitted in Delaware as long as they are not labeled to imply that the mixture came directly from any manufacturer of the distilled spirits that is used in the infusion. [Advice from Commission in 2016.]

According to verbal advice from an attorney for the Department of Business Regulations and Licenses in 2016 this would be considered to be rectification and is prohibited.

Prohibited. No person holding a hotel, motel, or restaurant permit shall keep controlled beverages in any bottle or container other than that in which it was purchased, and may not refill or partly refill any bottle or container of controlled beverage or dilute or otherwise tamper with the contents of any bottle or container of controlled beverage. [AR Regulations Title 4, Subtitle D, Section 4.14.]