Vodka is like the actor that never steals the spotlight, but always makes the other actors shine. Because of its almost non-existent taste, vodka goes completely with almost any ingredient that you can envision. If you're searching to create a sweet, sour, or spicy cocktail, vodka can fill the bill and be the perfect matching spirit.
Although there are a lot of cocktails that have vodka as a primary ingredient -- such as the Screwdriver, which calls for orange juice and vodka -- some of the much more interesting cocktail recipes containing vodka are the ones that will really make your celebration memorable. Most individuals have had vodka before to some extent, and are not adverse to attempting something new with it as the primary ingredient.
1 recipe worth trying out is a cocktail recognized as a Minty Chocolate Vodka. Initial, mix 22 mls every of vodka, white cream of chocolate, and green cream of mint. Shake the mixture well, strain, and pour the liquid into a single shot glass that has already been chilled. The Minty Chocolate Vodka is a cocktail that will have your guests coming back for more.
Everyone's heard of a Bloody Mary, so why not attempt this unique variation at your next cocktail party? It's known as the Fresh N' Fruity Bloody Mary. First, use a muddler to crush six to eight fresh raspberries in a cocktail shaker. Add 88 mls of vodka with orange zest, 66 mls of fresh orange juice, 55 mls of cranberry juice, and 22 mls every of raspberry-flavored liqueur and fresh lime juice, then shake. Add in three or four ice cubes and pour into a tall cocktail glass. Garnish your Fresh N' Fruity Bloody Mary cocktail with a fresh raspberry.
The Melon Coconut Sensation is the ideal drink to serve when you're relaxing by the pool, sunning at the beach, or just hanging out with a couple of friends. This tropical drink is produced by adding 88 mls of vodka to 132 mls of fresh pineapple juice. Then add 22 mls each of melon-flavored liqueur and coconut rum liqueur. Serve it in a tall Collin's glass and garnish the cocktail with a wedge of fresh lime. Your guests are sure to adore this drink!
Attempt this next cocktail recipe on a stunning autumn day. It's called the Sweet Apple Vodka. Initial, press about 4 fresh ginger slices on the bottom of a cocktail shaker with a muddler or a pestle. Then add 176 mls of fresh apple juice, 66 mls of bison vodka, and 22 mls each of sugar syrup and apple schnapps liqueur. Strain the liquid and pour it into a Collin's glass over crushed ice. Finish off the cocktail by grating nutmeg more than the surface and garnishing it with a slice of fresh apple.