Relish the best of Spirits with Five Vodka Cocktails
Every now and then, bartenders come up with a signature mix of their own, but then, there are only few who have managed to make it big. Vodka cocktails are among the few tasty cocktails that come packed with a punch. Among hundreds of delectable vodka blends, only few manage to live a lasting impression
Most are simple highballs, straight-up shooters, or fruity sippers. Some are simple to make, while others require a skilled guy. Among these numerous vodka motleys, these five vodka cocktails stand out for their elegance and taste.
Carrie Bradshaw’s Sex and the City is definitely involved in making this cocktail popular and renowned as it is today. Prepared with White Mischief Vodka, Cointreau, cranberry juice and lime juice, this sweet–sour concoction is one of the lip-smacking drinks relished by many.
Wake County Cooler
This exquisiteblend is a departure fromthe banal mix of brown spirits, and will soothe your taste buds with the fruity flavours of vodka. Served as a pitcher mix, the Wake County Cooler is best to sip on a warm summer afternoon.
This refreshing concoction is prepared by blending vodka, lime juice, simple syrup, and club soda. You can use flavoured vodka to make this Collins sipper a fruity delight. Due to its light and relaxing flavour, this tangy concoction becomes a must-have for every party.
Martini and gin go very well together,thoughwith the James Bond swagger ‘Vodka Martini—shaken not stirred’, the base spirit of Martini seems to have gotten replaced with Vodka. Originally called as Kangaroo, a Vodka Martini is known for its refreshing notes and glamour quotient. You can alsouse flavoured vodkas to make this concoction fruity and delicious.The drink may be garnished with an olive, a strip of lemon peel, capers, or cocktail onions.
The Moscow mule is a delectable appetizer prepared by blending Vodka with Ginger ale and lime juice. This drink was popularized in the states in 1950’s, an ode to the popular notion that Vodka was essentially a Russian thing. This strong aperitifis typically served in a copper mug filled with crushed ice. It is one of the relishing cocktails that you can easily pair with a sumptuous meal.
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