Here's the deal...
Next, empty the cherries into your favorite blender. I use my trusty Oster Beehive Blender. I love that it is bright red and it crushes ice like no one's business! Just blend until all cherries are blended.
Next, we're going to add the vodka and it doesn't really matter what kind (top-shelf or not). I added 2 cups of vodka to the cherry pulp in the blender. Make sure your blender cover is on, and again, continue to blend until vodka and juice are mixed.
The next part is actually the hardest part! Letting it ferment together at least overnight in the refrigerator if not for 24 hours.
Once you've waited as long as possible, take out the juice mix. The next step is to make the juice less pulpy. Many ways to do this, but the easiest I've found is to use cheesecloth and a large strainer over a large bowl. Slowly empty the juice mixture into the cheesecloth. It will take about a half-hour to strain, but the final result is worth it! Discard what's left in the cheesecloth, and pour the juice in the bowl into a shakeable container.
Serve it up with a little fresh lime juice, some seltzer and ice and you've got yourself a fresh light berry wonder! Now, if you'll excuse me, my drink is waiting on the deck...