Vodka is a very versatile drink and therefore is ideal to make cocktails like the ones we propose today. So… do not think about it, grab the ingredients and enjoy them!
This cocktail is sweet and fresh on the palate and is made of cranberries and lemon.
- 12 ml Cointreau
- 25 ml cranberry juice
- Juice of ½ lime
- Vodka to taste
- 6 ice cubes, crushed
- 1 slice of lemon
- Put into the shaker crushed ice, cointreau, cranberry juice, lime juice and a splash of vodka to taste.
- Close the shaker and shake well.
- In a cocktail glass pour the mixture and garnish with a lemon slice on the rim.
Skyy Vodka is a smooth vodka that comes from the United States. It is ideal for cocktails.
Cointreau is a Triple Sec native of France who has 40 degrees of alcohol.
The White Russian is a creamy and amazing cocktail, made from vodka and coffee liqueur.
- 30 ml vodka
- 25 ml coffee cream (the most common is Kahlua)
- Half cup cream
- Crushed ice
- Put the crushed ice in a wide, shallow glass and then add the cream.
- Then add vodka and coffee liqueur.
- Stir very gently and, if desired, add a touch of nutmeg or cinnamon.
Vodka Beluga 1L is a vodka native from Russia which has 40 degrees of alcohol.
Kahlua 1L is a worldwide famous Mexican coffee liqueur.
This cocktail is named after an abstemious diplomat of the same name, who had to attend cocktails frequently for work and asked the bartender to fill a glass with water and garnish it with an onion to differentiate the glass from others.
- 2 ½ parts Absolut Vodka
- ½ part dry vermouth
- 1 Pearl onion
- In a mixing container, put ice and the remaining ingredients.
- Close and shake for a moment.
- Proceed to stir into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a pearl onion.
Absolut Illusion is a vodka made in Sweden that has an alcohol content of 40°.
Cinzano Rosso 1L is a vermouth native of Italy who has 14.4º of alcohol content.
By the way, did you know that…
- …the origin of vodka is worldwide attributed to Russia, but not everyone knows that this origin is also disputed by Poland?
- …vodka has virtually no taste, is colorless and is composed primarily of water and ethanol?
- …the word vodka comes from the word ‘vodá’, meaning ‘little water’?