Known as the “Breadbasket of the World”, Kansas is a top grower of wheat so it’s no wonder that they make some awesome wheat vodka. Check out this creamy and sweet brown bread vodka cocktail featuring TILL Vodka.
Just in time for the warm spring weather headed our way, TILL Vodka is ready to serve the palates of vodka lovers. Try their best spring cocktails.
In this delightful, fresh and light Raspberry Vodka & Beer Cocktail, raspberries accompany light beer and Raspberry Vodka for a refreshing spring or summer drink that is fabulous for summer!
Beat the heat with refreshing summer cocktails that highlight fruits of the season, lots of ice, and easy mixers. With tropical flavors, these classic drinks are ready to hit the beach and be enjoyed in great company with good BBQ and summer eats.
It’s that time of year where all we want to do is be outside barbecuing and sipping cool cocktails on the patio. From brunch to your next evening party, here are a few favorite cocktails made with Zubrowka vodka.
With warm fig and brown sugar flavors paired with a jolt of bright Meyer lemon and cold brew coffee, this vodka and vermouth mix is the perfect transition into warm weather cocktails.
Garnished with spring violets, the verdant cocktail is shaken with a bison grass spirit, Zubrowka, herbs, celery bitters, anise, cucumber & lemon for a vegetal cocktail with refreshing tartness.
Sweet baby Jesus, if you’re not familiar with the Grateful Dead, it’s a magical cocktail of debilitating proportions. It is a more alcoholic version of the Long Island Iced Tea.
Whenever we are craving a refreshing cocktail, we often find ourselves turning to the classics. And what could be more classic than the legendary Three Olive Vodka Martini? Here’s how to make it.
A chocolate vodka cake is enrobed in a festive peppermint white chocolate frosting. It’s rich, decadent and perfect for your holiday table.
Easily cure salmon with vodka and salt and add favorite flavors of lemon, juniper, and rosemary. Serve as a holiday appetizer on a crostini, with fennel, mustard or crème fraîche.
Icelanders usually drink their vodka neat, in order to have the smoothest sips possible they took matters into their own hands. Iceland’s Reyka Vodka was born, made by arctic water and geothermal energy.
Reyka, Iceland’s first ever preciously small-batched vodka, is truly a product of its environment, with a distillery process involving glacial spring water, lava rocks, and geothermal energy from nearby hot springs